Polls ahead of Tuesday's primary showed the two candidates in a near dead heat. But young voters may not have delivered for the candidate they heavily supported, Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump's comments about a Latino federal judge have sparked discussion about racism and bias. But to many Latinos they're about historic burden.
If you support allowing transgender students to use whatever bathroom they feel matches their gender identity, you can thank millennials. They've driven rapid change on the issue.
Bernie Sanders ran a strong race in California, but a headline published by the online publication Justice Gazette stated: "Bernie Sanders Wins California Landslide But ⅔ of his Votes Aren’t Counted." PolitiFact checks this claim.
President Obama officially endorsed Hillary Clinton's run for the White House Thursday. Here's what history tells us about the power of a presidential green light.
A private meeting between Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton this morning is fueling speculation that the Clinton camp might be entertaining the possibility of making Warren her running mate.
More money in the California state budget will be headed to child care and affordable housing after lawmakers reached an agreement with Governor Jerry Brown yesterday.
Some 2.5 million ballots still need to be counted from Tuesday's election, the majority of which are are vote-by-mail ballots.
Brown and Democratic legislative leaders reached an agreement on a state budget that expands funding for subsidized child care and eliminates a controversial welfare policy.
After the bitter primary battle between Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the president is choosing to endorse Clinton, as the party seeks to unify.
Looking ahead to November, U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez billed herself as the more moderate choice for the U.S. Senate seat and said she'd appeal to conservatives.
Scott Steiner beat veteran prosecutor Karen Schatzle 56 percent to 44 percent in Tuesday's election.
The junior senator for California, first elected in 1976, is retiring from the Senate at, in her own characterization, 75 years young. She talked with us about what's next.
Semi-final official returns show an L.A. County turnout of 29.9 percent, up from the presidential primary four years ago, but far below the 55.2 percent of eligible voters who turned out in 2008.
The state is regaining responsibility for providing medical care at a fourth state prison as it works to end a decade of federal control.