As he confronts matters of war and peace with North Korea and Iran, President Donald Trump is bringing in an adviser likely to magnify many of his own instinctive qualities: hard-hitting, fiercely nationalistic and eager to confront U.S. adversaries.
Armed with a fresh court decision, the U.S. lawyer for Russian tech entrepreneur Aleksej Gubarev plans to take limited testimony from ex-British spy Christopher Steele. Online news site BuzzFeed wants him to provide broader information.
The shooting death of Stephon Clark has again ignited a national debate over policing strategies, but California lawmakers say that intense opposition from law enforcement groups makes it difficult to enact any changes at the Capitol.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, a possible California ballot measure in November, would require big companies such as Facebook, Google and AT&T to be more transparent in how they use data gathered on consumers.
Former Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva was arrested late Thursday, March 22, 2018, after he was found in possession of a firearm, in violation of the terms of a no contact order issued against him last year, according to his attorney, Allen Sawyer.
California Congresswoman Jackie Speier, advocating for sexual harassment victims in Congress, says Sen. Mitch McConnell is blocking legislation that calls for members to pay settlements out of their own pockets.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones traveled to the White House Tuesday and told President Donald Trump that California is full of "spectacular failures" where dangerous criminal immigrants are released from jail every single day.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones participated in a discussion about sanctuary cities with President Trump at the White House on March 20. Scott told the president that California faces "spectacular failures,” everyday.