Alameda Man's Halloween Display Takes Aim At Trump AdministrationAn East Bay homeowner's elaborate Halloween decorations are drawing a lot of curiosity from neighbors with a clearly anti-Trump political theme that satirizes the current administration.
Political, Legal Battles Brew Over Public Access To Martins BeachTech billionaire Vinod Khosla's right to bar the public from Martins Beach is being challenged legally, and politically.
Women In California And Alabama Engage In Political DialogueTrump versus Clinton: While friends have been taking sides on Facebook, some women in California and Alabama are engaged in a real dialogue.
State Senate Candidates Jane Kim And Scott Wiener Go On The OffensiveTwo San Francisco supervisors vying for a seat in the California Senate, are going on the offensive.
Norah Jones Gets Political On 'Flipside'"I was really affected by the news and everything that’s been going on in the world." - Norah Jones
President Obama's Call To Loosen Cuban Travel And Trade Restrictions Gets Mixed ReactionsThe president's call for loosening travel and trade restrictions with Cuba is an historic shift that many young Cubans living in the U.S. never thought they'd see. An Oakland performer hopes his mom will get to see him dance.
New Smartphone App Lets Shoppers Decide If They Like A Product's PoliticsA new smartphone app will help grocery shoppers decide if they like the politics behind a brand.
Suspended State Sen. Leland Yee Faces New Racketeering Charges In San Francisco Chinatown Probe Suspended state Senator Leland Yee, along with Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow and 27 other defendants, have had new charges filed against them in federal court Friday, including racketeering in a Chinatown probe-political scandal.
Vacant Oakland Building Occupied By Political Activists Burns In FireAn apparently vacant home and store that burned near the MacArthur BART station in Oakland early this morning had been used by political activists for squatting, meetings and events for years, fire officials said Wednesday.
Campaign 2014 Special Report: Who’s Footing The Bill In Blitz Of Political Ads? In the days before next Tuesday’s California primary election, voters are being buried in direct mail, and bombarded in radio and television ads, but much of the campaign propaganda isn’t paid for by the candidates themselves.
KCBS In Depth: UCSF Dr. Stanton Glantz On Smoking And The Tobacco Industry 50 years after the Surgeon General’s report labeled cigarettes as a cause of serious health problems, one UCSF doctor says the problem still persists because the tobacco industry remains politically powerful.
San Quentin Inmate's Lawyers Blame Politics For Execution DecisionLawyers for death row inmate Albert Greenwood Brown point to election-year politics as the reason their client was suddenly scheduled for a lethal injection this week.