The archive of all headlines from September 10, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Unable to overcome fierce opposition from the oil industry and resistance from some Democrats, Gov. Brown and legislative leaders announce they will remove a major portion of an ambitious proposal to combat climate change.Live updates: Legislature racing to pass bills
In this northeast San Diego County community, the heat is unrelenting and is sometimes followed by rain and flash floods. One person finds the pain of a tattoo, in an air-conditioned parlor, preferable to the heat.'Smog sieges' often accompanied September heat from the 1950s to '80s
Although Afghanistan’s forces and officials are supposed to be running the war, Gen. John F. Campbell’s prominent role is being widely taken as a sign that the fight against the Taliban is not going well.
The legislation would have made flying a drone lower than 350 feet above private property without consent a trespass violation. Meanwhile, a measure to help prosecutors in «revenge porn» cases was approved.California lawmakers approve bills to track racial profiling, police use of force
As millions of refugees flee the violence in Syria, refugee organizations have asked the U.S. to take in 100,000 Syrians -- a dramatic increase over the 70,000 refugees from all countries admitted in the current fiscal year.For Germany, refugees are a demographic blessing as well as a burden
Senate Democrats delivered a major victory to President Obama by blocking a Republican resolution to reject the six-nation nuclear accord and ensuring the deal will take effect without a veto showdown.