Bay Area Groups Protest President Trump's Acquittal In Impeachment TrialHours after President Trump was acquitted in the senate impeachment trial, protesters took to the streets across the Bay Area, from San Jose to Oakland to San Francisco.
President Trump Tweets Video To Bash SF's Homeless Crisis, CA LawmakersPresident Trump criticized San Francisco's homeless and crime problems, yet again on, Twitter. This time he escalated matters with a video.
Pelosi Impeachment Tactics Trigger Trump Twitter FuryThe holiday vacation Pres. Trump once viewed as the precursor to a vindictive Senate trial has turned into a deadlocked interlude as he battles House speaker Nancy Pelosi over the time and place for his symbolic day in court.
Ailing East Bay Woman Facing Deportation Gets 2-Year ReprieveIsabel Bueso receives weekly, lifesaving treatments at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, but the Trump administration's immigration policies had threatened to cut it off.
Potential Tariffs On Chinese Imports Affect Toymakers In Swing Of Holiday Shopping SeasonA second wave of tariffs against Chinese imports scheduled to take effect in less than a week could have a significant impact on the toy business as the holiday shopping season goes into full swing.
Trump Slams Newsom, Threatens to Cut Fed Funding for California WildfiresPresident Donald Trump is threatening to cut U.S. funding to California for aid during wildfires that have burned across the state this fall.
Watergate's John Dean: Trump Making Nixon 'Look Like A Choir Boy'When it comes to a White House in chaos, few men are better equip to understand the turbulent waters than former President Richard Nixon attorney John Dean.
Trump Running Thousands Of Ads About Impeachment On FacebookPresident Donald Trump's reelection campaign has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on ads on the topic with Bay Area based company Facebook over the past week.
Bay Area Republicans Say Impeachment Inquiry Of President Trump Will BackfireSpeaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry of President Trump on Tuesday and some Bay Area Republicans are saying the plan is going to backfire.
EPA, California Officials Exchange Legal Blows; State's Highway Funds ThreatenedThe Environmental Protection Agency's battle with California officials heated up another notch Tuesday, with the feds warning the state it could lose federal highway funds if it doesn't clean up its air.
California Leads Latest Lawsuit Over Trump Green Card RulesCalifornia and three other states on Friday filed the latest court challenge to new Trump administration rules blocking green cards for many immigrants who use public assistance including Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
New Trump Administration Rule Could Deny Green Cards, Citizenship To Immigrants Receiving Public AssistanceThe Trump administration on Monday moved forward with new rules that could deny green cards and citizenship for immigrants who get public assistance.
Rough Day On Wall Street After Feds Cut Key Interest Rate For First Time Since 2008
Labor Secretary Acosta Resigns Amid Epstein ControversyLabor Secretary Alexander Acosta said Friday he is resigning following renewed scrutiny of his handling of a 2008 secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Esptein, who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.
Port Of Oakland Leader Warns That Tariffs On China Threaten U.S. EconomyA Port of Oakland official is adding his voice to the growing choirs of criticism aimed at President Donald Trump's ongoing trade war with China.