Learn about Andrew Yang, a Democratic presidential candidate in 2020. Things to know about the venture capitalist include policies and stance on circumcision. He says he’s the best candidate to beat Donald Trump.
Gavin Newsom, California’s governor, has called for ways to deliver health coverage to more Californians. The Bee’s Sophia Bollag examines the prospects for a single-payer system or universal health care.
With a month left until California Republicans select their party’s next leader, Travis Allen is imploring his party to be more supportive of President Donald Trump. Some Republicans fear the candidate is adopting a losing strategy.
Congressman Adam Schiff says President Donald Trump is trying to punish California since it didn’t support his presidential bid. He does not foresee an immediate end to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
In the latest edition of California Nation, The Bee sits down with several influential political figures about what they’d like to see from Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom. Republicans also have some choice words for their party.
This week on California Nation podcast, host Bryan Anderson visits Orange County. If Democrats want to win control in the US House in the midterm election, they’ll likely need to pick up a few seats in California.
U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock, an Elk Grove Republican, shares his skepticism that human activity is causing global temperatures to rise. Democratic challenger Jessica Morse discusses the state of political discourse.
This week on the debut episode of Sacramento Bee’s California Nation, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom discusses homelessness. Senate candidate Kevin de León chimes in on Donald Trump and his vision for the Democratic Party.
The Sacramento Bee is launching a new podcast highlighting the wacky world of California politics. California Nation will be your go-to source for the latest political news from the world’s fifth-largest economy.
The Sacramento community gathered at Sacramento State on Saturday to process the tragedy of the terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that left 50 people dead. The event featured several prominent local leaders.