Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the bill after the state Assembly and Senate passed revisions to the legislation amid a day of chaotic protests.
Jurors acquitted Max Harris but could not reach a verdict for Derick Almena on 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the 2016 blaze.
The Republican lawmaker accused the group, which includes a retired fruit tree farmer, of conspiring with "dark money" organizations to hurt his campaign.
A fundraising letter sent from Republican Greg Abbott's office spoke of the need to “defend” the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas.
The House Judiciary Committee is looking into the president's proposal as it determines whether to pursue impeachment hearings.
The College Board will instead use a tool that assesses various socioeconomic factors and documents them as separate data points.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and 19 other attorneys general are suing the Trump administration over its action on the Flores settlement.
The former vice president told students at a presidential campaign event how the deaths of Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. led to his political awakening.
Former reporter Kelli Tennant accused the Sacramento coach of attacking her in 2014 at a hotel. The NBA and Kings say she didn't participate in the investigation.
The Supreme Court is considering three cases that look at whether LGBTQ employees are protected under federal civil rights law.
The president said he thought it was "fine" to retweet the conspiracy because it came from a person with lots of Twitter followers.