Right-wing Activist Holds Short, Small California RallyYiannopoulos blew kisses, posed for selfies and briefly addressed a few dozen supporters at the campus while a slightly larger crowd protesting him was kept separate by police.
Professional Athletes Respond To Trump's Criticism In Weekend TweetstormPresident Donald Trump sharply criticized protests by NFL players for a second straight day and rescinded NBA star Stephen Curry's White House invitation on Saturday in a series of tweets that outraged football and basketball stars and even prompted LeBron James to call the president a "bum."
Lawmakers Approve California Presidential Primary In MarchCalifornia lawmakers voted early Saturday to set the state's presidential primary in March, a move that would force candidates to mount expensive campaigns earlier in the state that awards the most delegates.
California Speaker Recall Effort Reflects Democratic Tension In State Politics Democrats control every lever of power in California state government, and free from worrying about major losses to Republicans, they're training fire instead on each other.
House Committee Seeks To Let Veterans Affairs Redirect FundsA House committee has unveiled a disputed plan to allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to shift $2 billion from other programs to cover a sudden budget shortfall that could threaten medical care for thousands of patients in the coming weeks.
Now That The Budget Is Done, California Lawmakers Examine Other Issues After approving a $125 billion budget last week, California lawmakers are turning their attention to other matters for the last three months of the annual legislative session.
Anglers Applaud Bill To Change California Fishing LicensesCalifornia is looking to reel in the money when it comes to those hooked on fishing. The state sells licenses that expire at the end of the year -- no matter when you buy it. But a new bill passed by the Senate could change all that.
California House Race Is Test Of Latino, Korean InfluenceOn the rowdy streets of the Koreatown district a few miles from downtown Los Angeles, it doesn't take long to recognize the favorite candidate for an open U.S. House seat: Blue-and-gold campaign posters for Robert Lee Ahn greet diners at bustling dumpling houses and noodle shops.
'Resist' Billboards Appear Around SacramentoThe billboards feature elements of the California state flag, such as a white background with a red stripe and star and the California grizzly bear. Off to the left side is the word "resist" in multiple languages, such as Spanish, Arabic and Vietnamese, a testament to the state's diversity. The hashtag #StayLoud is imprinted at the bottom.
Sanders Supporters Angered By Election Of California Democratic Party Chair"Berniecrats" and like-minded Democrats looking to shake up their party leadership refused Sunday to accept election results and demanded validation in the race for party chairman.
Sacramento High-Rise Cuts Cable News From Elevators To Reduce StressIts elevators climb 25 stories high. But now the TVs in those elevators are cutting cable news stations from its monitors. The 24-hour news is now off. National Geographic is on.
Detective Sentenced After Framing City Councilman For DUIProsecutors say Lanzillo and another investigator were hired by a law firm to dig up dirt on Righeimer, Mayor Stephen Mensinger and others during tense contract negotiations with the Costa Mesa Police Association in 2012.
Politician Claims Site In His Name Hijacked To Advertise PornA federal lawsuit by an Orange County politician alleges that a website in his name was "hijacked" and repurposed to advertise pornography.
Carmichael Dave: No, I Will Not Stick To SportsCarmichael Dave is making some changes...
Kayte Christensen: The Intersection Of Sports, PoliticsWhen public figures, especially athletes and people in the realm of sports, start discussing and sharing their political views it elicits, almost unilaterally, the same response: "STICK TO SPORTS!"