The Los Angeles Times reported in October that Raul Bocanegra was disciplined for inappropriate physical contact with a female staffer in 2009.
The senator apologized Thursday afternoon and called for an ethics investigation into his actions.
Capitol Hill and Hollywood are laying out two very different blueprints for dealing with sexual assault allegations.
Tuesday's election results offered a blast from the past for California Democrats.
Will the fight over single payer divide Democrats, or lead to a breakthrough on health-care policy?
For those who want to lower the voting age to 16, Donald Trump's administration may provide an opportunity to popularize the cause.
In some important ways, the state is a microcosm of many of the divisions we see across the U.S.
Jim Johnson has led a $4.6 billion budget as under secretary of the Treasury, helmed one of the country's biggest racial justice centers, and practiced law for one of the most esteemed firms in the U.S. Now he's running for governor of New Jersey. So why has nobody heard of him?
Interviews with political activists suggest they think it's time to reconsider just what sorts of candidates should be nominated for office.
State legislator Kelly McCarthy is seeking his party’s nomination to run in Montana’s upcoming special congressional election. He’s comfortable with his label as a moderate Democrat — but in a state that voted for Bernie Sanders in the presidential primary, will that label cost him a promotion?