Greg Gandrud and Daraka Larimore-Hall are Partisan Worlds Apart
Greg Gandrud and Daraka Larimore-Hall are partisan worlds apart.
Now Guiding Coffee Magnate’s Presidential Exploration
He’s now guiding the coffee magnate’s presidential exploration.
Then a Raft of Sudden Challenges
Then a raft of sudden challenges
Nancy Pelosi, Grandma of the House, Reclaims the Speakership
Nancy Pelosi, grandma of the House, reclaims the speakership.
It’s Hard to Overstate the Depth of the California Republican Party’s Collapse
It’s hard to overstate the depth of the California Republican Party’s collapse.
Members Claim the Just Communities Curriculum is 'Anti-Caucasian, Anti-male, and Anti-Christian'
Members claim the Just Communities curriculum is "anti-Caucasian, anti-male, and anti-Christian."
Santa Barbara Dem Honcho’s Call-Out of Sexual Harassment Ousts State Chair
Santa Barbara Dem honcho’s call-out of sexual harassment outs state chair.
State Republicans Suggesting Distancing Themselves from National Party
State Republicans are suggesting they distance themselves from the national party.
A Few Mysteries Remain in a Statewide Election that Played Out Mostly to Form
A few mysteries remain in a statewide election that played out mostly to form.
A negative social media ad has introduced a sudden note of bitter acrimony into a school board race that has been singularly civil.
And the Heart of the Election Night Story Will Rest in California
And the heart of the election night story will rest in California.
The Diplomat-Developer Is One of Two Democrats Spending Millions to Capture the Office
The diplomat-developer is one of two Democrats spending millions to capture the office.
'I’ve Encouraged Monique to Do It,' He Said
"I’ve encouraged Monique to do it,” he said.
Katie Hill Looking to Unseat Rep. Steve Knight
Katie Hill is looking to unseat Rep. Steve Knight.
She’s Raised More Than Every Other Candidate Combined
She’s raised more than every other candidate combined.
Kamala’s Star Is Rising, While Kevin de León Misfired
Kamala’s star is rising, while Kevin de León misfired.
But Faces Uncertain Future
But it still faces an uncertain future.
A Pair of Seats Open for Eight Contenders
Slates, wildcards, and Dem politics are shaping the election after Kate Parker decided to run for City College trustee.
Why Feinstein Chose to Keep Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Letter Secret
Why Feinstein chose to keep Kavanaugh sexual assault letter secret.
Behind the Scenes with the State Senator
We went behind the scenes with the state senator.
Supreme Court Pick Believes President Is Above the Law
California senator states Supreme Court pick believes president is above the law.
Tuck’s Rough Treatment by Dem Activists Reflects Dynamic of Campaign
Tuck’s rough treatment by Dem activists reflects the dynamic of the campaign.
New Data Shows Rate in America’s Riviera Among Worst in California
The data shows the rate in America’s Riviera is among the worst in California.
Party Backs Kevin de León, Who Lost His Own District to Feinstein in June 5 Primary
Party backs Kevin de León, who lost his own district to Feinstein in June 5 primary.
Cutting Through the Fog of Political Warfare
We’re here to help cut through the fog of political warfare.
Republicans Aim Prop. 6 Tax-Repeal Initiative at Multiple Political Targets
Republicans aim Prop. 6 tax-repeal initiative at multiple political targets.
Ex-GOP Insurance Commissioner Has Already Made History
The Ex-GOP insurance commissioner has already made history.
The Behind-the-Ballot Campaign Awards
A few behind-the-ballot campaign awards.
On TV Hill, a Show Behind the Show Ushers In the Face-Off over Salud’s Seat
On TV Hill, a show behind the show ushers in the face-off over Salud’s seat.
But Developer John Cox and Orange County Assemblymember Travis Allen Are Gaining Ground
But developer John Cox and Orange County Assemblymember Travis Allen are gaining ground.
'Grand Old Nazi' Seems Fitting
'Grand Old Nazi' seems fitting.
27 Candidates Scrape and Claw to Succeed Governor Jerry Brown
27 candidates scrape and claw to succeed Governor Jerry Brown.
“I Consider Myself the Real Republican In All This,” Says Michael Woody
“I consider myself the real Republican in all this,” says Michael Woody.
Can Democrats Snatch Early Defeat from the Jaws of Victory?
Can Democrats snatch early defeat from the jaws of victory?
Why California’s Politically Embattled Senator Is Spotlighting Gun Control
Why California’s politically embattled senator is spotlighting gun control.
But That May Help the GOP ...
But that may wind up helping the GOP ...
President Responding with Vicious Counterpunch
The president is responding with a vicious counterpunch.
Key Elements of Traditional GOP Vow to Spend Millions Fighting
Key elements of the traditional GOP alliance have vowed to spend millions fighting.
Feinstein Hasn’t Faced a Serious Re-Election Challenge Since 1994
Feinstein hasn’t faced a serious re-election challenge since 1994.
Desperate to Be Noticed, They’ve Moved Up the Date of the 2020 Primary
Desperate to be noticed, they’ve moved up the date of the 2020 primary.
Josh Molina, Nick Welsh, Laura Capps, and Brooke Holland on <em>City Desk Newsmakers</em>
Josh Molina, Nick Welsh, Laura Capps, and Brooke Holland on City Desk Newsmakers
“I Love People, Regardless of What Their Backgrounds Are”
“I love people, regardless of what their backgrounds are.”
The Mayoral Candidate Recently Unearthed the 1994 Court Ruling
The mayoral candidate recently unearthed the 1994 court ruling.
Targets Include 23 Seats That Republicans Won in Districts Where Trump Lost to Clinton
Targets include 23 seats that Republicans won in districts where Trump lost to Clinton.
The Donald's High Court Win Displays His Power to Remake Federal Judiciary
The Donald’s high court win displays his power to remake the federal judiciary.
He Made Infrastructure Sausage with a Blend of Pork Barrel Politics
He made infrastructure sausage with a blend of pork barrel politics.
Senior Statesman Firm in Disagreement but Restrained in Rhetoric
The senior statesman was firm in his disagreement but restrained in rhetoric.
How Ingrid Bergman’s First Oscar Presaged Presidential Gaslighting
Ingrid Bergman’s first Oscar presaged presidential gaslighting.
As Legal Weed Looms, Good and Bad News for California Stoners
As legal weed looms, good and bad news for California stoners.
A Quantitative Look at the First Weeks of the New Regime
A quantitative look at the first weeks of the new regime.