A former college professor was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of setting fires near the massive Dixie Fire in Northern California, which has already destroyed over 500 homes and is nearing 500,000 acres, the second-worst in California history.
Incumbent Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), fighting to survive a Sep. 14 recall election, has raised three times as much campaign cash as all of his more than 40 rivals -- combined.
Hollywood legend and noted Republican Clint Eastwood has sent a "message of support" to conservative talk radio host Larry Elder, who is running to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in the California recall election, Elder reported Tuesday.
Carl Chan,president of the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce, called on Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to declare a "state of emergency" on the crime wave in the city on Tuesday, after a series of assaults and robberies in Chinatown.
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank has found a way to blame Donald Trump for antisemitic comments by Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), saying that she is borrowing tactics from the "MAGA handbook.
Embattled incumbent Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is telling supporters not to vote on the second question on the ballot in the Sep. 14 recall election, in which voters are asked which candidate should replace him.
GHP Management Corp. and several other companies owned by developer Geoffrey Palmer are suing the City of Los Angeles for $100 million over its eviction moratorium, saying the policy has resulted in massive losses to the firm.
Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell of the federal district court in Washington, D.C., wants prosecutors to be tougher on Capitol riot defendants, and has asked why some have not been charged with more serious crimes.
Vogue magazine, which refused to profile First Lady (and former supermodel) Melania Trump throughout four years of Donald Trump's presidency, published a lavish puff piece on President Joe Biden's press secretary, Jen Psaki, Monday.
Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Channing D. Phillips told a federal court Monday that the U.S. Department of Justice is still processing massive amounts of potentially exculpatory evidence in the Capitol riot.
Philip Klein, editor of National Review Online, calls the $1.2 trillion "bipartisan" infrastructure deal currently proceeding in the Senate "apathetic surrender that has been built on a mountain of lies.
The State of California will allow some voters to prepare ballots at home during the recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom, through technology the state first adopted in the 2020 election to help disabled voters and speed up the voting process.
The Dixie Fire, currently burning across hundreds of thousands of acres in Northern California, is now the second-largest in the history of the state, burning a staggering463,477 acres as of Sunday afternoon.
Sens. Todd Young (R-IN) and Chris Coons (D-DE) introduced a bill last month that would expand the federal judiciary by 77 judges, starting in 2025, after the current presidential term.
The San Francisco Sheriff’s Association, the union representing officers in the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department, said that many sheriff’s deputies would resign if the department sought to enforce a new coronavirus vaccine mandate.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told President Joe Biden's White House to seek help from left-wing legal scholar Laurence Tribe in trying to find a way around the Supreme Court's rejection of an eviction moratorium by the CDC.
Drought and extremely low water levels in the Lake Oroville reservoir have forced authorities in California to shut down the state's most important hydroelectric power plant, amid intense summer heat and peak electricity demand.
The $1.2 trillion "infrastructure deal" is a progressive-sounding label on old-fashioned pork. It will not grow the economy; it will not be "fully paid for," as promised; and it will not even focus on the "roads and bridges" that are always being cited as the reason for the spending.
Califorina Gov. Gavin Newsom attacked conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder on Thursday during a Zoom call with campaign volunteers, targeting the candidate who is the leading contender to replace Newsom in many polls.
If Newsom loses, and is replaced by a Republican, then the replacement for Feinstein in heavily-Democratic California could also be a member of the GOP
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