After Rides, California Law Could Target Food, Grocery Delivery Services NextBy going after Uber and Lyft's ride-hailing business for allegedly violating a worker classification law, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is taking on what had long been the jewel of the on-demand economy. How the state's top lawyer fares could determine whether other parts of the industry are similarly targeted — in particular, fast-growing on-demand grocery and food delivery businesses.
Officials: Car Lender Reaches $550M Multi-State SettlementThirty-four attorneys general announced a $550 million settlement Tuesday with auto loan financing company Santander over allegations it knowingly targeted consumers who were likely to default on its loans.
California Lawsuit Alleges 2 Companies Inflated Gas PricesCalifornia sued two multinational gasoline trading companies Monday, alleging they ran a scheme that jacked up prices at the pump from 2015 to late 2016.
California's Attorney General Defends Virus ShutdownsWhat would normally be broad constitutional protections for freedoms of assembly, religion — even buying guns — may be curtailed when they endanger others during the coronavirus pandemic, California’s top law enforcement officer said in an interview.
Battle Over Police Records Reaches California Appeals CourtLawyers for California's attorney general argued in an appeals court Thursday against the release of police misconduct records, saying a transparency law that took effect this year never intended his office to vet and disclose a vast trove of information created by local law enforcement agencies.
How Has Legalizing Marijuana Impacted Illegal Pot Grows?California's Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced a spike in arrests for illegal marijuana grows Monday. 
California, New York City Suing United States Postal Service For Delivering Foreign CigarettesCalifornia's Attorney General filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the United States Postal Service for delivering millions of foreign cigarettes to California residents.
Charity For Troops Overseas Fights Deception Allegation From Attorney General A charity sending care packages to U.S. troops overseas. Now being sued by their own state.
Attorney General Calls For Sexual Assault Victims Of Mexico Mega Church To Come Forward Attorney General Xavier Becerra is calling for potential abuse victims to come forward. 
California Lawsuit Accuses Charity Of Misspending DonationsCalifornia has sued the charity Aid for Starving Children, alleging the nonprofit used the bulk of its donations for administrative purposes, with only a tiny percentage going to feed hungry kids.
California & 15 States Sue Trump Administration Over National Emergency DeclarationA coalition of attorneys general from 16 states sued the Trump administration Monday over President Trump's declaration of a national emergency.