Devin Nunes’s Twitter suit over mean tweets, state lawmakers step into the admissions scandal accompanied by circus music, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris calls for reparations, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti at ...
Gavin Newsom suspends the death penalty, wealthy Californians discover a new way to get their progeny into top universities, and state lawmakers work overtime to produce 2,500 bills.
We talk State Sen. Scott Wiener’s teen sex campaign, Rep. Duncan Hunter’s rabbit and the GOP’s 2020 prospects, and Kamala Harris and Ronald Reagan.
Sen. Feinstein tells Green New Deal grownups to grow up. The Green Book’s Oscar produces panic. The state GOP gets new conservative leadership.
In the goldmine town of Sonora, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Suzanne Cruz hosts visitors in a tiny re-creation of Independence Hall.
Can we call time of death on high-speed rail? Is New York California’s Ghost of Bankruptcy Future? Would you use a Safe Injection room to shoot up?
Will talks with Dr. Jeff Barke, a California physician, about the rising chorus in support of government healthcare — and about his prescription: Liberate the free market.
Governor Gavin Newsom declares war on Huntington Beach, a Republican assemblyman says he’s now a Democrat, and we find the one guy who won’t watch the Super Bowl.
The LA teachers strike ends, Senator Kamala Harris says she’ll run for president, and the California nursing shortage is about to get much worse.
An LA teachers strike, state finance officials call for a cultural revolution inside corporations, and a California solution to the federal shutdown.