Christine Blasey Ford: ‘I Am Here Today Not Because I Want to Be’

Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Judge Brett Kavanagh of attempted rape, is set to testify before the Senate this morning.

GOP Congressional Contender Ron Cohen Waxes Conspiratorial About Obama Family on Twitter

For someone whose Twitter bio claims he rarely tweets because the platform is “too manipulated,” Ron Cohen was quite prolific this week.

Palo Alto Daily Post: Neighbor Rallies Support for Kavanagh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford

Neighbors rally in support of Christine Blasey Ford to counteract the hate mail and violent threats that the Palo Alto professor has received.

Anita Hill, Dems Slam GOP for Rushing Inquiry Into Christine Blasey Ford’s Assault Claim

The Palo Alto professor accusing Brett Kavanagh of sexually assaulting her has yet to confirm she will testify before the Senate next week.

In Surprise Ruling, High Court Sides with Baker Who Refused to Make Gay Couple’s Wedding Cake

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, but not for the reasons expected.

Pregnancy Centers Battle to Overturn California Law

The Supreme Court appears poised to strike down part of a California law aimed to curb misleading advertising by anti-abortion clinics.

Silicon Valley Workers Rally for Union Rights as U.S. Supreme Court Hears Janus v. AFSCME

Silicon Valley workers rallied as the U.S. Supreme Court sparred over a case that could undermine the financial footing of labor unions.

Santa Clara County Files Amicus Brief in Major Gay Rights Case

Santa Clara County joined a federal lawsuit asking the United States Supreme Court to uphold landmark protections for LGBTQ people.

Chamber CEO Matt Mahood Joins Republican Exodus over Trump

Matt Mahood left the GOP this summer, making him the first non-Republican to lead Silicon Valley’s chamber of commerce in years.