A look at how elections are protected in California, your rights as a voter, what’s being done to fight disinformation and common voter fraud myths.
Out-of-state UC students are having a bad year. The Legislature made plans to have the UC enroll fewer of them to make way for more in-state students. Meanwhile, tuition is going up $8,000 for future out-of-state students.
Newsom pulled to such a big early lead that the Associated Press, CNN, NBC and other networks declared within an hour of the polls closing Tuesday night that the recall had failed and Newsom had survived.
The bill returns to the Senate for amendments before heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.
What you need to know about wearing masks, whether you need to keep your distance and your workplace.
The governor announced a $116.5 million inoculation lottery program. Random drawings will be held in June.
Housing groups and legislatures want to narrow the racial wealth and homeownership gap, but do not agree on how.
The past two years have been the second driest on record in Northern California.
State officials said proof of vaccinations may be required at some large events.
It will allow the use of affirmative action to remedy some longstanding injustices.
Voter rights groups warn that recent Postal Service changes could make it more difficult for voters to cast ballots in the mail this November. But Californians still have options.
What most Americans are just beginning to learn about California’s junior senator, we’ve already seen here for decades. Here are eight ways that California shaped Kamala Harris and that Harris has shaped California.