Oakland Mayor Addresses Housing Concerns After New PollMayor Libby Schaaf wants to be the first two-term mayor of Oakland since Jerry Brown. On Tuesday, KPIX 5 talked to her about the results of an exclusive Survey USA poll on what worries voters the most.
Britney Spears Concert Delays Israeli Labor Party PrimariesApparently, Israeli democracy just can't compete with Spears' first-ever concert in the country.
Embattled Nunes Steps Down From Russia ProbeThe chairman of the House intelligence committee says he will temporarily step aside from the panel's probe into Russian meddling in the election.
Google, Facebook Team Up With French Media To Fight Fake NewsFrench journalists are teaming up with Silicon Valley internet giants Google and Facebook to fight propaganda and misinformation online.
John Burton Talks About Retirement, Trump And California's FutureCalifornia Democratic Party Chair John Burton weighs in on Donald Trump and how his party dropped the ball in the election.
Intel Report Finds Kremlin Liked Trump's Russia-Friendly StanceA declassified intelligence report saying Putin ordered a campaign to influence the US election in favor of Donald Trump prompts responses from elected officials.
Senators Call For Commission To Investigate Alleged Russian Interference In ElectionDemocratic senators are calling for an independent commission to investigate alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Democrats Gain More Power With Supermajority In California LegislatureDemocrats gained supermajorities in the California legislature, allowing them to override a governor's veto, pass emergency laws and raise taxes.
Groups Report More Than 860 Hate Crimes In 10 Days After ElectionCivil rights groups called for President-elect Donald Trump to forcefully and publicly denounce racism and bigotry, pointing to more than 860 bias-related incidents.
Man Pleads No Contest To Post-Election Redwood City Hate CrimeA Millbrae man pleaded no contest last week to committing a hate crime near a Redwood City gas station the day after the U.S. presidential election.
Alameda County DA Activates Hotline Due To Post-Election Hate CrimesThe Alameda County District Attorney’s office activated a telephone hotline on Tuesday for reporting hate-related crimes.
Newsom Meets With San Francisco Students Fearful After ElectionCalifornia Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and San Francisco school officials Monday met with high school students to talk about their fears in the climate of increased hate crimes and attacks on immigrants following the recent presidential election.

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