The actions — or inaction — of the lame duck president may further the spread of the pandemic.
Dorian Warren explains how Black America voted strategically and made Biden-Harris a reality.
Why did the Schools and Communities First initiative lose when other progressive measures passed in California?
Los Angeles celebrated the Biden/Harris victory with the world on Saturday.
When a planned protest calling for Trump to leave fell on the morning Joe Biden became president-elect, a celebration broke out.
Grassroots groups expanded the electorate, despite ineffective outreach from the Democratic Party and active suppression by Republicans.
The president promises to sue his way to a second term. How far can his case go?
With votes on Propositions 20 and 25, California shows its thinking on punishment and bail.
But can a divided nation carry out their agenda? Co-published by Salon.
The president’s disavowal of COVID-19 on the campaign trail did not escape the electorate’s notice.
Despite ominous portents, election watchers say acts of conflict were not especially greater in number than any other election year.
Black Lives Matter activists bring Ava DuVernay and Los Angelenos together on Election Day to celebrate organizing and voting.
Rent control polls well among Californians, but statewide and local initiatives were no match for an avalanche of real estate industry cash.
The most expensive ballot proposition in California history has won, although its opponents complained of being harassed online.
A guide to poetry that can help us through Election Day.
A Capital & Main catalog of our recent election coverage of local and national stories, in this most fateful election year.
Trump’s second term would likely triple down on his first term’s trends: tax cuts for the rich and attacks on the Affordable Care Act.
A defeated Trump might issue a tsunami of pardons for at-risk family members, campaign loyalists, White House officials — and himself.
The fates of Prop. 20 and Prop. 25 may signal the extent to which Californians support reform — or favor reversing it.
And why California could see more races like this.