Rep. Xavier Becerra (D., Calif.) announced on Thursday that he is resigning his seat in Congress to become the next attorney general of California.
A number of state ballot initiatives that would create new gun control laws appear to be on their way to passing.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Wednesday that he was “outraged” by the government demanding some 9,700 soldiers give back the bonuses they received for reenlisting, subsequently suspending the repayment order the same day.
Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump has dropped significantly in California, according to a new poll, continuing a recent tightening nationwide between the two candidates.
President Obama spent his twelfth day of vacation on Martha’s Vineyard playing golf Wednesday as a raging wildfire east of Los Angeles spread across 30,000 acres, forcing more than 82,000 people to evacuate.
Sixty-three percent of health insurers were unprofitable during 2014, the first year of full reforms under the Affordable Care Act, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund.
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D.) signed a number of new gun control initiatives into law on Friday.
San Francisco regulations pushed by union organizers to set employee schedules have hurt part-time workers the law was supposed to help, according to a new report.
Twenty-year-old Californians will have to join the military if they want to legally smoke a cigarette.