A bear chase in California ended with a selfie, and we need your help finding it.
Which famous people have you met?
I love you, S.F., never change.
Remember the best bungling burglar ever? Well, his drunken bungling has been turned into a sweet commercial.
Don’t worry: This is a sad story, but it has a happy ending!
California police captured footage of a master thief who is still on the loose. No one is safe.
Nor Cal is hella awesome, guys.
Fundraising trip to Bay Area to “to help retire the debt of the Democratic National Committee that remains from our victory in November,” California Democratic Party email reads.
Protesters gathered at the Roseville Galleria in Sacramento, California on Saturday to show support for the gay couple kicked out by mall security for kissing and holding hands.
These are the songs that capture what it really feels like to live in L.A. — both the great and the not-so-great.
“I have to make sure that I’m not interjecting myself too much into this process, particularly when we’re not a party to the case,” Obama said Wednesday. If the administration weighs in, it will have to come by Feb. 28.
“I mean, if their policy is to make a case-by-case decision, shouldn’t we give them a hand?” Dr. Mark Bitgood said of why he wrote to the Associated Press. Under style guidance issued this past week, married same-sex couples aren’t “generally” to be referred to as husbands or wives.
America’s Catholic bishops have gone from a strong attack on interracial marriage bans in 1967 to a plea against being “held hostage” by states that allow same-sex couples to marry in 2013.
Fundraisers in Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley, and a fan-base that includes Mark Zuckerberg. A “huge gulf” between Christie’s popularity and record, says Henne.
Blurry, frightening, and bizarre photos are coming in from LA residents in and around the Big Bear resort area as police go after wanted alleged murderer Chris Dorner.
This will be the best NSFW interview and anecdote you’ll hear all day.
Turn-of-the-century Hollywood vs. 2013 Hollywood. Things are just a little different now.
The day after a broad affirmation of LGBT equality, the White House press secretary dodges the question while pressed on the issue. Advocates want answers.
Dunkin’s CEO has announced that the chain will finally expand to the Left Coast…in 2015.
UPDATE: Sadly, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Mr. Teeth has died.
The Supreme Court is hearing cases about California’s Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act this spring. Here are the states LGBT advocates want to move to the “marriage equality” column by June, when the court’s big decisions traditionally are released.
LGBT advocates praised President Obama in May for his announcement that he believes same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. With the Supreme Court hearing the appeal of California’s Proposition 8, however, Obama faces another test on the issue.
Coalition opposed to marriage equality asks Supreme Court to resolve whether the U.S. Constitution “requires Nevada to change its definition of marriage from the union of a man and a woman to the union of two persons.” Case comes on heels of several others awaiting action by the court.
If the Supreme Court denies an appeal of the Proposition 8 challenge, same-sex couples soon will be able to marry in California. Although the city wants 24-hour notice to prepare, court rules suggest that might not happen. [UPDATE: LA asks for notice, too.]
Dude brought his surf board to vote with him. Totally chill.
An ugly California contest.Latest pro-Sherman mailer uses liberal icon backers of Berman as part of attack.
Democrat Howard Berman’s campaign releases new robocalls of colleagues calling Rep. Brad Sherman an “embarrassment.” Just when you thought Berman-Sherman couldn’t get uglier.
The first four maps show why the next six weeks could be key for marriage equality. But the fifth shows why there’s still a long way to go.
“A moderate by San Francisco standards.” The Justice has kept his distance from the campaign.