Donald Trump refused to definitively say he will accept the November election result, Tesla will make all its new cars self-driving, support for legalizing marijuana has reached a record high, and more.
We spoke with Luis Gispert and Jeff Reed about their Stereomongrel project and the inspiration behind the October cover of VICE magazine.
Proposition 64 promises to make recreational pot legal in California, but that's not the end of a debate that encompasses economics, race, and criminal justice reform.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has campaigned against a groundbreaking California measure mandating PrEP education—and puts marginalized groups at risk in doing so.
The so-called Cosby Bill would allow for the indefinite prosecution of rape and other sex crimes in the state.
Obama said the 9/11 bill is a "dangerous" mistake, teachers in South Carolina were praised for saving lives during Wednesday's school shooting, the US teen birth rate falls to a new record low, and more.
Sep 26, 2016
One man's very real struggle to get his not-at-all controversial nickname on his license plate.
At Reverend Ron Buford's "Racists Anonymous" meetings, he encourages people to talk frankly about everything from African American names to Asian driver tropes.
On an all new episode of ABANDONED, host Rick McCrank visits the Salton Sea in California to understand what went wrong with the vacation spot.
Some veteran pot farmers fear Wall Street and Silicon Valley swooping in to kill their way of life, and many seem determined to press on no matter what.
A 2014 vote opened the door for ex-felons to clear their names in a state with a legacy of harsh crime laws. Despite a spike in some offenses since, California is poised to push ahead with criminal-justice reform.
The new law, which unanimously passed the California State Assembly Monday, would require prison time without parole for anyone convicted of raping an unconscious person.
After decades as the public face of the Hells Angels, George Christie and the club parted ways. That's when his life got weird.
Bernie Sanders officially announced his new progressive organization, a truck bomb hit a police building in Turkey, some plants in Baltimore are addicted to meth, and more.
The $7 billion legal weed industry isn't helping to advance the cause.
Immigrants are regularly deported with only the clothes on their back—no cellphones, no ID, no cash.
The tough new state laws start rolling out next year, but many gun owners say they simply won't comply.
Eric Chakeen's photographs explore the fading horse-racing culture in Del Mar, California
Though it has suffered a run of bad luck, declaring bankruptcy in 2008, Vallejo is eclectic and diverse. Carolyn Drake's photos capture a city reminiscent of an older California, one before the tech boom.
Last year, thieves robbed California nut companies to the tune of $4.6 million. Now that they've gotten a taste of that sweet nut money, they're hooked.
The walls of the castle in Glendora, California, are made from discarded bottles, bedsprings, typewriters, and trophies.
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At least two people were killed and 16 injured at a nightclub shooting in Fort Myers, Florida, Democratic Party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign after DNC email hack, and more.
America can't seem to go more than 24 hours without a new video of death making the rounds online.