California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Friday, changing how the state will pay for wildfire damage.
The Trump administration has deported Cambodian refugees with criminal records at an unprecedented pace. Liberal governors are using pardons to fight back.
From Sonoma to San Diego, the state faces a massive affordability crisis; across the political gradient, few residents disagree on that, even if they don't see eye to eye on how to solve it.
The governor's moratorium affects 737 people—more than a quarter of the country's death row inmates.
Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, and Palantir are among those who could lose city and county contracts if new legislation passes.
At the heart of the confrontation is the National Guard's unique role in the country's armed forces.
Research has long shown that detention of youth can cause harm and is ineffective at preventing crime.
In his inaugural address, Governor Gavin Newsom vowed to tackle homelessness, criminal justice reform, and inequality.
In his first speech as governor of California, Gavin Newsom reiterated all of his ambitious campaign promises.
As the state's longest-serving governor leaves office buoyed by positive news stories, it's easy to forget the times when his governorship and the state budget seemed doomed to crash.
In some important ways, the state is a microcosm of many of the divisions we see across the U.S.