Brother, Widow Of Slain NorCal Police Officer Praise Trump At National MemorialThe brother and widow of slain Newman Police Dept. Cpl. Ronil Singh both spoke at a memorial held in the nation's capital Wednesday, thanking President Trump for his support and all the law enforcement officers gathered for their service.
California Senators Grill Attorney General Barr At Senate TestimonyBoth of California's senators interrogated U.S. Attorney General William Barr over his decision not to charge the president with obstruction on Wednesday morning.
Former Bay Area Aide To Joe Biden Says He Can Beat Trump In 2020
Joe Biden Says He's Running For President In Video Released On Social MediaFormer Vice President Joe Biden ended months of speculation Thursday morning when he officially launched his third presidential campaign, becoming an instant frontrunner.
Woman Involved In Palo Alto 'MAGA' Hat Confrontation Found SafeThe woman at the center of a "MAGA" hat confrontation in Palo Alto earlier this month has been reported safe Tuesday.
Harris: 'I Believe Congress Should Take The Steps Towards Impeachment'Sen. Kamala Harris of California said Monday that she supports Congress moving towards impeachment, a step further than the Democrat from the Bay Area has gone in the past.
Woman Involved In Palo Alto 'MAGA' Hat Encounter Goes MissingThe woman who was at the center of a "MAGA" hat confrontation at a Peninsula Starbucks has gone missing, according to authorities.
Immigration Officials: Marijuana Involvement Can Imperil CitizenshipImmigration authorities: Anyone with any involvement with marijuana, regardless of whether it's legal in the state where they live, can be denied citizenship.
Read, Download The Mueller ReportA redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference and the Donald Trump's campaign was released publicly Thursday. 
Mueller Report Lays Out Social Media Companies' Role In Election InterferenceA number of major Silicon Valley tech companies were called out in the Mueller Report, taking some heat for the role they played in spreading Russian disinformation.
Most Provisions Of California Sanctuary Laws Upheld By San Francisco Appeals CourtA federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco on Thursday that most of three California laws aimed at protecting residents from federal immigration enforcement can remain in place.