There has only been one recall of a governor in California history — Democrat Gray Davis in 2003 — and it must still be frighteningly fresh in Newsom's mind.
In the fight against COVID-19, Health secretary nominee Becerra says, "It's my job to make sure every component of HHS is hitting on all cylinders."
Why couldn't some vaccinator from the government — or a healthcare provider it contracts with — knock on the door with a COVID-19 vaccine and stick it in our arms?
All but one of California's Republican members of Congress voted against President Trump's impeachment.
In likening last week's mob invasion of the U.S. Capitol to the Nazis' 1938 Night of Broken Glass attack on Jews across Germany and his native Austria, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger asserted that "spineless" fellow Republicans were also ...
Pro-Trump mob violence at the Capitol was a reminder that, without the Constitution's safeguards, we long ago could have followed other countries into fascist or communist totalitarianism, columnist George Skelton writes.
After the French Laundry debacle and a slow vaccine rollout, California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems to understand his dilemma and is responding, columnist George Skelton writes.
"We do get things done and we do pass bills," Feinstein. "You do get older, that's true. But I have been productive."
Xavier Becerra is Washington-ready, not a naïve outsider who needs D.C. training wheels, columnist George Skelton writes.
Republican Kevin Faulconer, termed-out mayor of San Diego, seems intent on testing conventional wisdom by challenging Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom's expected reelection bid in 2022.