First Take: Democrats get antsy. Meg Whitman's final EBay years
Today is Day 6 of California's budget standoff with no apparent end in sight.
The hand-wringing continues among California Democrats about Jerry Brown's late-blooming campaign.
The Bay Citizen looks at Whitman's last three years at EBay, when the company's stock price tumbled.
Alexandra Zavis looks at California's food-stamp policy, which does not permit elderly or disabled residents who receive federal benefits to receive the food vouchers.
Six members of Councilman Richard Alarcon's staff have been ordered to testify before a grand jury as part of an ongoing investigation about whether the councilman lives in his district.
-- Anthony York