At California Watch, it is our goal to include multimedia content with every story to better illustrate the issues and sometimes complex processes outlined in our print pieces.
“Don’t even dare travel on that road”: In the first entry of a month-long travel diary, our correspondent ponders maps and routes in Kabul.
Former drug informant who avoided deportation to Mexico has been released after years in immigration lock-up.
Meg Whitman touts her experience at eBay, the online auction house that made her rich, but her career and personal fortune are entwined with another major company: Goldman Sachs, the investment bank at the heart of America’s financial meltdown.
California Watch is announcing the first winner of our “Debate Championship” promotion.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL DOCUMENT President Gerald Ford secretly authorized the use of warrantless domestic wiretaps for foreign intelligence and counterintelligence purposes soon after coming into office, according to a declassified document. CIR’s Andrew Becker reports for AOL’s Politics Daily. >> Read the full story.
Brazil’s carbon market is raising important questions about prices and regulations.
California watch is hiring two new positions
Editorial Director Mark Katches spent an hour handing out fliers on a street corner about the latest California Watch story.
Come support the project at the opening reception on April 15 at FiftyCrows Gallery.