The justices ruled that a new law requiring presidential candidates to release tax filings in order to appear on the California primary ballot was “invalid.”
The utility shut off power as a preventive effort ― but such cuts can leave vulnerable groups who depend on electricity at risk.
“Who are we as a nation if we respond to threats of political retribution with retribution?” the congresswoman wrote in a letter.
The State Department officials testified earlier this month in closed-door hearings in the investigation into alleged abuses of power by President Trump.
Chesa Boudin, whose parents spent decades in prison, won despite his opponent Suzy Loftus being appointed interim DA weeks before the election.
The former national security adviser has been called to testify in the impeachment inquiry by lawmakers, but his lawyers want a court to clear him to do so first.
“I feel like I’m gonna be living in this RV for the rest of my life,” said one survivor of the Camp fire that burned down Paradise.
Kim Kardashian and Rihanna are speaking up for a Black man convicted by an all-white jury in the murder of a white woman. Doubts have emerged about his guilt.
One 82-year-old man was stuck in a powerless wheelchair for 36 hours, and an 84-year-old woman was up all night without machines to keep her heart working.
As firefighters made some progress against the Kincade fire in Sonoma County and the Getty fire in Los Angeles, a new blaze surged in Ventura.
The Kincade fire in Sonoma County is raging north of Santa Rosa, California, where fires burned thousands of homes and killed dozens of people two years ago.