Congresswoman Apologizes For Native American Whooping-Cry CaricatureSpeaking to delegates at a state Democratic convention Sunday, the 10-term congresswoman said she said something offensive "and for that I sincerely apologize."
Former Tech Executive Carly Fiorina Enters Presidential RaceFormer technology executive Carly Fiorina formally entered the 2016 presidential race on Monday, launching a Republican White House bid in a morning announcement that highlighted her role as a leading critic of Democratic contender Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Report: LA County Sheriff Candidate Paul Tanaka Is Subject Of Criminal InvestigationPaul Tanaka, a major candidate for Los Angeles County Sheriff, was under fire Tuesday.
SoCal Lawmaker On Short List To Replace Disgraced CIA ChiefA former Southern California congresswoman is among a handful of candidates being considered to replace Gen. David Petraeus as the head of the Central Intelligence Agency.
GOP Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan To Visit LARepublican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan is expected to arrive in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon.
Romney Visits Southern California For 2 Campaign FundraisersPresumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is in Los Angeles to drum up support and campaign cash.
Michele Bachmann Visits Southern California FridayRepublican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is scheduled to visit the Southland Friday.
'Survivor' All-Star Considers Indiana Governor RunRupert Boneham may have been a fan favorite on "Survivor," but would you vote for him as your governor? The reality show all-star run for governor of Indiana.
Mitt Romney Tours California Seeking Cash And SupportMitt Romney has kicked off a fundraising swing through California, looking to cash in on his provisional front-runner status in the unsettled Republican presidential field.
Palin Downplays 2012 Run In Reality TV Show Will she or won't she? That's the question behind Sarah Palin's new reality TV show that weaves a political message through the scenic landscapes of Alaska.
Allred Won't Say Who Connected Her To Whitman MaidAttorney Gloria Allred has refused again to disclose how she came to represent an illegal immigrant housekeeper Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman employed for nine years.