Politics, immigration, international affairs and plenty of beer flowed at Hoppy Brewing Company last Friday night, the 30th anniversary of Sacramento’s Stammtisch, a German tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.
As the deadline to meet new federal standards for state licenses and ID cards is fast approaching, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is preparing for an influx of visitors to their offices in the coming years.
Anything less would risk catastrophe for a party that stakes its political reputation on fighting for women. Especially one that is just now, 20 years after the fact, grappling with its unyielding support of Bill Clinton.
Foothill farms resident Christopher Murphy was Tasered, hog-tied and handcuffed by CHP officers last December after a crash on Interstate 5. He died minutes later. After a year of questions, his family Thursday will file a federal lawsuit against the California Highway Patrol to push for answers.
The controversial dossier that has helped fuel ongoing probes into Russian meddling in the 2016 election has proven on target in many ways. One allegation that remains vexingly difficult to prove or disprove: The claim that a company called XBT/Webzilla hacked Democratic Party leaders ahead of last year’s election. But the tech company has a tangled legal history and was well known to those who combat Internet piracy -- some of whom say the firm was entirely capable of conducting the hack.
Leeann Tweeden, a Los Angeles radio anchor, who accuses Democratic Senator Al Franken of forcibly kissing her during a 2006 USO tour says she accepts his apology but that he could have apologized earlier.
Radio host accepts Senator Franken's apology, recounts moment of sexual assault
Roy Moore’s lawyer hits back at accusers, demands release of yearbook
‘We know there are mountains behind that line of smog,’ Cristina Garcia says