Activists Launch Postcard Drive to Protest Title IX Changes

The snail-mail drive by the Enough is Enough Voter Project aims to fight Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ regulatory rollback.

Santa Clara County Releases Landmark Report on Stanford University Expansion

The final environment report on the school’s 20-year expansion plans, the largest project ever reviewed by the county, is now available online.

Recalled Judge Aaron Persky Asks for Help to Pay Off $135K in Campaign-Related Legal Costs

The former jurist is asking for help paying down a small fortune in court-ordered debt incurred from challenging the recall campaign.

California Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman Responds to Claims of Sexual Misconduct

The state Democratic Party took a full day to publicly address claims that its top official sexually assaulted and harassed multiple men.

Silicon Valley Democratic Club Elects Whole New Slate of Diverse, Progressive Leaders

The South Bay’s largest, most influential Democratic Party faction went through a dramatic shakeup Monday.

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.

Inaugural NEST Flight Conference Promotes Homegrown Talent, Diversity in Silicon Valley

If Silicon Valley wants to keep arguing that its lack of diversity is due to a talent pipeline problem, it’s going to have to answer to Jacob Martinez.

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.