POLITICS

It turned into a lightning-round contest over who was more politically pure as five of the 11 candidates for lieutenant governor faced off today before the Sacramento Press Club.

Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa apparently believes his path to the governor's office runs through the San Joaquin Valley.

It’s hard to run as the change agent in the California governor’s race when you’re the state’s second-ranking elected leader. But Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is giving it his best…

As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrapped up a second day being grilled by Congress about whether the company adequately protects the personal data of its 2 billion users, news broke in California...

Cops have a lot of pull in the California Capitol, and over the decades, that’s added up to this startling reality: The Golden State now goes further than many states in terms of protecting police...

Antonio Villaraigosa raises big money in race for governor. Is it enough?

John Chiang is known as the wonk in the contest to be California's next governor—but sometimes having a nuanced position can be hard to distinguish from failing to state a…

The Legislature has released another swath of harassment records—this time detailing five cases it substantiated or in which a settlement was reached—involving elected members and high-level employees between 1992 and…

How companies collect and share consumers' personal information is likely to grow into an expensive fight as election season unfolds in California.

California may face its share of thorny policy problems and political conflicts, but for Republican gubernatorial candidate Travis Allen, the solutions are actually “very simple.”

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