How California Became a Modern Democratic Stronghold
Tuesday's election results offered a blast from the past for California Democrats.
Health Care Is California Democrats' New Litmus Test
Will the fight over single payer divide Democrats, or lead to a breakthrough on health-care policy?
In California, the Possibility of an Historic Election Could Spike Turnout Among Latino and Asian-American Voters
2018 might be the year the state's voters—and political leadership—reflect just how much its population has changed.
How an Early Start to the School Year Is Harming One California Tourist Town
A new trend in California schools is having unintended consequences for residents of South Lake Tahoe.
How California Lawmakers Inadvertently Perpetuated the State's Housing Crisis
A move to eliminate the state's re-development agencies in 2011 effectively wiped out billions in revenues that were earmarked for affordable housing. Now Jerry Brown is trying to amend that problem.
Why Democrats Around the Country Should Be Focused on California
In some important ways, the state is a microcosm of many of the divisions we see across the U.S.