Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the longest-serving female senator in history, has died, according to a source.
Feinstein, 90, broke a series of glass ceilings throughout her life. She was a fixture of California politics for decades and was first elected to the US Senate in 1992 after a historic political career in San Francisco.
She struggled with multiple health issues this year, leading to an extended absence from the Senate. In February, she confirmed that she would not run for reelection, telling CNN, “The time has come.”
I knew that she was unwell...