Recall proponents would need every non-Democratic vote to come close to deposing Newsom, columnist Tom Elias says.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to make his scripted TV debut in a new Netflix spy adventure series, which will also star Monica Barbaro.
Arnold Schwarzengger refused to endorse Donald Trump for president because of his "environmental stands" as he felt the businessman's ideas were "going backward".
The 2021 recall election is moving closer to the circus that the 2003 version degenerated into, columnist Tom Elias says.
Caitlyn Jenner has revealed she hopes to "protect girls' sports in our schools".
Not one of California’s previous celebrity lawmakers succeeded on fame alone, but rather came with actual political experience and advisors, columnist Mark Z. Barabak says.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped watching the Oscars because they were "so boring" and he wishes Jimmy Kimmel had been hired as host again.
Hollywood legend Arnold Schwarzenegger admits his granddaughter is making him feel his age.
Arnold Schwarzenegger always uses his famous catchphrases in everyday life, his son Patrick Schwarzenegger has revealed.
California's process is too chaotic, costly and unpredictable to use on a regular basis, columnist Nicholas Goldberg says.
In a recall election, Gov. Newsom could get more votes than his replacement — and still lose his job.
Actor Patrick Schwarzenegger admits his dad Arnold is still learning what it means "to be a man".
Patrick Schwarzenegger takes acting advice from his dad, Arnold Schwarzenegger, to learn from his 50-year career.
Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer seems like the only Republican with a real chance to win the governor's seat, columnist Tom Elias says.
The former governor and actor spoke truth when it was most needed, columnist George Skelton says.
In a video that has gone viral, Schwarzenegger compares the Proud Boys to the Nazis. He also said Trump "will go down in history as the worst president ever."
The effort to recall Gov. Newsom will probably fail, but he ignores it as his own risk, columnist George Skelton says.
California Democrats and Gov. Gavin Newsom would do well to remember the successful recall effort against Gov. Gray Davis, political consultant Garry South says.
National Republicans are making the same mistakes as California Republicans did 25 years ago, which turned the state solid blue, columnist Tom Elias says.
As California comes to grips with a projected deficit running, calls for more taxes targeted at high-earners are beginning to emerge.
Even a cursory look at the planned cuts shows one consistent thread: The neediest will be hit hardest. There is a better way, columnist Tom Elias says.
State lawmakers are cautiously optimistic they can avoid slashing tens of billions of dollars in spending from government services this year despite the economic hit of the coronavirus outbreak