Ann Coulter To Speak In Modesto After Canceling Speech In BerkeleyAnn Coulter is expected to speak in Modesto on Friday evening after cancelling her public speech in Berkeley.
California Gun Owners Sue, Challenge Ban On High-Capacity MagazinesA group of California gun owners is challenging the state's ban on large capacity magazines, saying it violates their constitutional rights.
Trump Administration: No Immediate Plans To Halt Immigration OrderThe Trump administration has told two Bay Area counties it has no plans right now to seek a court ruling immediately reinstating the president's executive order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities.
Gov. Brown Signs $5 Billion Per Year Tax Hike To Fix Roads California drivers will see their gas prices rise in November and will pay more to register their vehicles come January.
Trump's Executive Order Aims To Expand Offshore DrillingU.S. President Donald Trump aims to further open up offshore drilling in U.S. waters with an executive order issued Friday morning.
Analysis Finds Impact Of Trump's Tweets Fading In First 100 DaysThey are the 140-character bursts that helped define the first 100 days of the Trump presidency. But Donald Trump's tweets seem to be losing some of their impact.
Facebook Gearing Up To Fight Political PropagandaFacebook is acknowledging that governments or other malicious non-state actors are using its social network to influence political sentiment in ways that could affect national elections.
Berkeley Police Arrest 5 In Coulter Protests; No Damage ReportedPolice in Berkeley on Thursday arrested five people during a day of demonstrations in the city.
Trump Order May Open California's Giant Sequoia Nat'l Monument To DevelopmentEnvironmentalist and outdoor recreation companies oppose President Donald Trump's new executive order that threatens national monuments.
Heavy Police Presence Keeps Berkeley Coulter Protests PeacefulA substantial police presence both on the Berkeley campus and at a gathering in a downtown park kept hundreds of activists on both sides of the free-speech debate in line during protests Thursday.
Single-Payer Plan To Give Healthcare To Every Californian Moves ForwardCalifornia lawmakers pushed forward Wednesday with a proposal that would substantially remake the health care system of the nation's most populous state.
Tech Entrepreneurs Oppose FCC Chairman's Plan To Ditch Net NeutralityTech entrepreneurs are worried that innovation is under fire after Trump-appointed FCC chairman announced plans to ditch net neutrality rules.

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