Arnold Schwarzenegger

SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 18: Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the 'Escape Plan' screening and red carpet during Comic-Con International 2013 at Reading Cinemas Gaslamp on July 18, 2013 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Summit Entertainment)

Arnold Schwarzenegger Admits He ‘Stepped over the Line Several Times’ with Women

Actor and environmental activist Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted in an interview released Tuesday with Men’s Health magazine that he “stepped over the line” multiple times with women — an admission which comes nearly 15 years after the former bodybuilder denied accusations of sexual assault while running for the governor of California in 2003.

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Jerry Brown to Leave Office With $13.5 Billion Rainy Day Fund

California Gov. Jerry Brown has submitted his May revised 2018-2019 budget, which indicates he will leave office in January with the maximum $13.5 billion rainy-day fund. Brown, a liberal Democrat, has complained that no politician should face the type of

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Pushing a Centrist GOP in the Age of Trump

LOS ANGELES — The year was 1990 and Republican U.S. Sen. Pete Wilson claimed his first term as California governor, replacing another Republican, George Deukmejian. Two years earlier, California voters helped send George H.W. Bush to the White House with a 3.6-point win over Democrat Michael Dukakis.

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FLEISCHMAN: CA GOP Has Fared Poorly in ‘Jungle Primary’ Era

Over the past few weeks, leading into the California Republican Party’s convention in Orange County this weekend, there have been mailings supporting the argument that the “top two” or “jungle primary” system created by Proposition 14 in 2010 is a good idea.