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Getting away with breaking the law in the digital age is tricky.
A new bill in Congress is on track to amend the
The iconic Hangar One at Moffett Field is undergoing a restoration that will once again make the landmark a venue for innovation.
The massive restoration project spearheaded by Google and NASA includes removing the toxins from the steel structure, encasing the structure and repainting.
WASHINGTON — As abortion may once again become illegal in large swaths of the country, no delegation to Congress may have as much personal connection to the issue as the Bay Area’s.
All individual and group health plans would be required to cover medically necessary treatments and services needed to address congenital abnormalities or birth defects under legislation that passed the House 310-110 on Monday (April 4).
Four influential California lawmakers called this week for an investigation into a $17.5-million class-action settlement on behalf of Armenian genocide victims that a Times investigation found had been
U.S. Rep. Anna Eshoo hosted a virtual town hall Thursday with guest Michael McFaul, Stanford University professor and former ambassador to Russia, to address local residents’ questions about the Russian war on Ukraine.
Eshoo, a Democrat who represents District 23, which encompasses Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View among other cities, has served in Congress since 1993.
California Representatives Anna Eshoo and Barbara Lee asked the FDA to end their three-month blood donation deferral for men who have sex with men (MSM) and instead implement a donation eligibility policy based on individual risk.
They were joined by representatives David Cicilline from Rhode Island and Sean Maloney from New York, in writing their proposal letter.
Lawmakers are considering how to package and pass overlapping proposals on biomedical innovation and pandemic preparedness before a top senator’s retirement at the end of the year.
U.S. Rep. Anna Eshoo is seeking a way for the federal government to pay for additional COVID-19 tests for those on Medicare after the Biden administration ramped up supplies this week.