Transgender Woman Wins Virginia House Seat, Making HistoryDemocrat Danica Roem, a former journalist, is set to make history as the first openly transgender person elected and seated in a state legislature in the United States.
Trump Rebuked As Democrats Sweep Virginia, New Jersey Governor's RacesVoters in Virginia and New Jersey gave Democratic gubernatorial candidates large victories Tuesday and sent a clear message of rebuke to Republican President Donald Trump.
Artists React Via Social Media To Democratic VictoriesThe news was greeted with cheers from musicians on social media, including Miley Cyrus, Cher and John Legend.
Petition Calls For Missy Elliott Statue To Replace Confederate Monument"Together we can put white supremacy down, flip it and reverse it," reads the Change.org petition.
Apple CEO Makes $2 Million Pledge To Fight HateApple is donating $2 million to two human rights groups as part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to help lead the fight against the hate that fueled the violence in Virginia during a white-nationalist rally last weekend.
San Francisco Electrician Out Of Job For Connection To Virginia RallyA Bay Area electrician was out of a job Wednesday after his employer found out he was scheduled to speak at last weekend's violent white supremacist rally in Virginia.
UNR Student Receives Death Threats After Charlottesville Torch MarchA Nevada college student prominently featured in a photograph of the torch light march in Charlottesville says he's received death threats and is worried about his return to the Reno campus.
Dave Grohl Interviews His Mom About Her New Book, Shares Funny StoriesDave's mom discussed getting to know Rush bassist Geddy Lee's mother, Mary, a Holocaust survivor whose story is included in 'From Cradle to Stage.'
California Joins Legal Challenge To Trump Travel BanCalifornia is the latest state to join a legal challenge to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Nestle Moving US Headquarters From California To VirginiaChocolate maker Nestle is moving its U.S. headquarters from California to Virginia.
CBS SF Talks To People's Blues Of RichmondVirginia-based garage-psych power trio People's Blues of Richmond recently spoke to CBS SF about life on the road, the band's unique chemistry and their latest album ahead of two Bay Area dates in Santa Cruz and SF.
5 Things: Wild Finishes In NCAA Tournament Opening WeekendA season that provided a carousel of teams at the top of the rankings and plenty of upsets portended an unpredictable and entertaining March Madness.