Teachers unions are increasingly using strikes as a bargaining tactic in the wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that allows public sector dissidents to opt out of paying union dues.
The Kamala Harris campaign announced Thursday that Rep. Barbara Lee (D.), a far-left California congresswoman known for her relationship with deceased Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, would be its co-chair.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) admitted in an interview this week to using marijuana, an act that landed thousands in prison while she was California’s Attorney General and opposed legalization of the drug.
A local audit released by the city of Fresno blistered a community sports nonprofit organization whose treasurer is T.J. Cox, a Democrat newly elected in November to represent California’s 21st Congressional District, and someone with an occasionally troubled business past.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) supported a 2008 San Francisco policy requiring law enforcement to report undocumented juvenile immigrants to federal authorities if they were arrested and suspected of committing a felony, whether or not they were convicted.
California Republicans are gearing up to target several vulnerable Democratic state legislators in an effort to block Democratic governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed new tax on drinking water.
LOS ANGELES—Kamala Harris’s effort to rebrand herself as one of the cool candidates running for office didn’t begin with the Monday release of her “Mood Mix” video of her favorite songs. It began with her book tour.
An environmental center within New York University’s School of Law that was created and funded by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has been executing a tightly knit public relations strategy with “progressive” state attorney general offices (OAGs), according to multiple emails obtained through open records requests.