Bay Area lawyer's trademark dispute over 'Trump too small' slogan to be heard by Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a Bay Area lawyer’s fight to trademark the phrase "Trump too small" in a case that pits the First Amendment against federal trademark law.
Over a dozen migrants from Texas were flown to Sacramento on Saturday
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday announced over a dozen migrants were transported from Texas to New Mexico before they were flown to Sacramento and left outside a church.
Debt ceiling deal: Biden celebrates bipartisanship, 'crisis averted' in Oval Office address
He's ready to sign on Saturday a budget agreement that suspends the nation's debt ceiling and eliminates the potential for a first-ever government default that would have sent shock waves through the U.S. and global economies.
Meta responds to journalism wage fee proposal
Meta is threatening to pull news posts from Facebook and Instagram if a state bill becomes law.
2 of 3 charges dropped against 2008 Oakland triple-murder suspect
Two of the three murder charges against Delonzo Logwood have been dropped due to an uncooperating witness.
SF Mayor unveils record high budget proposal to combat massive $780 million deficit
San Francisco Mayor London Breed unveiled her budget proposal on Wednesday, laying out the city's spending priorities for the next two years as it faces a massive $780 million deficit.
Debt ceiling: House OKs bill to avoid default, sends Biden-McCarthy deal to Senate
The House has approved the debt ceiling and budget cuts package, sending it to the Senate. President Joe Biden negotiated the deal with Speaker Kevin McCarthy to avert a U.S. default crisis.
Ousted San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin has a new job
Chesa Boudin, the progressive San Francisco District Attorney who was ousted in a June recall last year, has a new job.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, family says
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter, wife of former President Jimmy Carter, has dementia, the Carter family announced Tuesday.
Debt ceiling: Bill on its way to House floor after clearing key hurdle
Under fire from conservatives, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is hunting for votes from fellow Republicans for the debt ceiling deal.
Woman who threatened Nancy Pelosi with hanging during Jan. 6 Capitol riot sentenced to over 2 years in prison
The judge who sentenced 55-year-old Pauline Bauer on Tuesday convicted her of riot-related charges in January after hearing trial testimony without a jury.
Woman who threatened Nancy Pelosi with hanging during Capitol riot gets over 2 years in prison
A woman who screamed death threats directed at then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi while storming the U.S. Capitol was sentenced on Tuesday to more than two years in prison.
Elizabeth Holmes reports to federal prison in Bryan, Texas
Elizabeth Holmes, 39, must report to federal custody in Bryan, Texas on Tuesday after exhausting all of her options to remain out of custody. Holmes was convicted of fraud and conspiracy and sentenced to 11 years in prison for defrauding investors in her failed blood-testing company Theranos.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes to begin 11-year sentence
Theranos founder, Elizabeth Holmes, will report to a federal prison in Texas on Tuesday morning.
Debt ceiling deal: Here's what's in, what's out of the bill to avert US default
Details of the deal between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are out. But the two leaders still have to persuade Congress to pass the bill.
Biden, McCarthy reach final deal in debt ceiling talks, look to sell Congress
The Democratic president and Republican speaker spoke with each other Sunday evening as negotiators rushed to draft the bill text so lawmakers can review compromises that neither the hard-right or left flank is likely to support.
Kamala Harris welcomes West Point grads to 'unsettled world' in historic commencement speech
“It is clear you graduate into an increasingly unsettled world where long-standing principles are at risk," Harris told the graduates.
LSU basketball player collapses at White House championship celebration
President Biden stopped speaking for several minutes while LSU forward Sa'Myah Smith received medical attention.
A majority of Californians say Sen. Dianne Feinstein is no longer fit to serve, new poll finds
Nearly two-thirds of registered voters in California feel that Sen. Dianne Feinstein is no longer fit to continue serving as a senator, a new poll released Thursday morning by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found.