Dianne Feinstein

In California Primary, Democrats Keep Their House Hopes Alive

June 6, 2018

In all seven California districts key to their chances of winning the House, Democrats on Tuesday advanced a candidate to the mid-term ballot. Meanwhile, incumbent Senator Dianne Feinstein will square off against another Democrat, Kevin de Leon. We discuss the primary results with editor and author Narda Zacchino

California Progressive Alison Hartson Challenges Party Elite Dianne Feinstein

June 4, 2018

In California’s June 5th primary, Alison Hartson, a former public school teacher and political organizer, is challenging incumbent Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein from the left  

California Progressives Seek Democratic Party Overhaul at All Levels

June 4, 2018

Karen Bernal, chair of the California Democratic Party Progressive Caucus, says that progressives are competing aggressively at all levels of government in the June 5th primary

California Dems Reject Sen. Feinstein, Open Path for Progressive Candidate

February 27, 2018

Long-serving Senator Dianne Feinstein failed to receive the endorsement of the California Democratic Party, signaling a shift in the state’s politics towards a more progressive alternative

White House Withholds Thousands of Documents from Senate CIA Probe

March 16, 2014

Jonathan Landay: Despite vows to support the Senate Intelligence Committee , the White House has not turned over 9,000 pages of Bush Administration documents

CIA and NSA Wrongdoing Requires Independent Investigation, Says Former Church Committee Staff

March 16, 2014

Burt Wides, a former chief investigator for the Church Committee, who helped create the Senate and House intelligence committees, says these oversight bodies are now too entwined with the intelligence agencies; further reason for an independent committee is President Obama will not pursue an investigation into the actions taken during the Bush/Cheney administration’s ‘war on…

CIA vs. Senate: Who Is Obama Protecting?

March 14, 2014

Elizabeth Goitein: President Obama is protecting senior CIA officials and himself

McGovern: Unconstitutionality of NSA Phone Call Collection is Indisputable

December 16, 2013

Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern says that the recent federal district judge’s ruling on the NSA’s bulk phone collection applies constitutional protections, but will not lead to amnesty for Edward Snowden