The archive of all headlines from May 14, 2016, organized by time of publication.
The pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has imposed sweeping controls on its products to ensure that none are used in lethal injections. The step makes it even harder for states to get hold of medicines for use in executions.
Under the plan, the state would issue bonds, which would be repaid over 20 to 30 years with money provided under Proposition 63, the 'millionaires' tax' for mental health services that voters approved in 2004.Gov. Jerry Brown sends lawmakers revised California budget with less money to spend on new programs
Interviews with dozens of women who encountered Donald J. Trump reveal unsettling conduct over decades.What emerges is a complex, at times contradictory portrait. He both nurtured women’s careers and mocked their physical appearance.
A mix of rising global temperatures, mysteriously warmed waters off Baja California and unusually far-reaching storms in the western Pacific Ocean conspired to block this year's El Niño storms from hitting Southern California.Warmer waters bring loggerhead turtles to Southern California