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Court victory for Johnson & Johnson in talc cancer case: A California jury has rejected claims that Johnson & Johnson and its talc supplier were responsible for the deadly cancer of a woman who blamed her illness on breathing asbestos fibers from contaminated body powders. On a 9-3 vote, the jury Thursday in Pasadena absolved J&J of negligence ...
Republican seats in the crosshairs: Encouraged by their Nov. 7 election victories in other states, Democrats now have even higher hopes of flipping the House in 2018, and a big factor governing whether they will succeed rests on outcomes in eight Republican-held California districts. The eight incumbent Republicans in Southern Cali...
California flooding, sea-level rise linked: As officials in Washington try to repair the nation’s flood insurance program, scientists in California are grappling with a looming threat that will complicate flooding hazards in the state: sea-level rise. Creeping ocean waters are already flooding coastal areas more frequently and eroding sea ...
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3 Republicans voted with their constituents. 11 looked elsewhere: Issa, McClintock and Rohrabacher join Dems in voting NO on House tax proposal by Brian Leubitz The House voted on their tax debacle, and 3 of California’s Republicans joined all of the Democrats in voting no. But in the end, the GOP tax bill passed through the House of Representatives with a vote...
California’s Leaders on Trump/GOP Tax Joke: Our Democratic Leaders had some thoughts Minority Leader Pelosi did a Facebook live event. In a previous event, she had this to say of her 14 Republican California colleauges: “We would hope that our colleagues would use their numbers – 14 – to influence the Republican leadership to take this ...
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David Cunningham Jr., former L.A. City Councilman, dies at 82: David Cunningham Jr., who succeeded Tom Bradley on the Los Angeles City Council in 1973 and emerged as a forceful voice at City Hall for African Americans, has died. Cunningham, 82, died Wednesday at Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center following a battle with cancer, said his so...
L.A. considers stricter banking rules in wake of Wells Fargo scandal: A Los Angeles City Council committee is scheduled today to examine a plan to tighten up rules on banks that want to do business with the city as a response to the Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal. The City Council approved a motion in November that would amend the city's Responsible Banking ...
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Harassment Claims Shine Light on California Capitol Partying: California's Capitol is awash in allegations of sexual harassment, creating an atmosphere that's affecting how men and women interact.Holding meetings over drinks or winding down at a bar after a hectic day in the Legislature is a regular part of business in Sacramento, where policymaking and dea...
The Clintons Call Out Trump, Putin at Political Event: Former president Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared together onstage Friday for the first time since the 2016 presidential election to answer a host of political and personal questions.The former First Couple was very casual during the hourlong discussion at the T...
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Latoya Cantrell will become New Orleans' 1st female mayor: Latoya Cantrell, a City Council member who gained a political following as she worked to help her hard-hit neighborhood recover from Hurricane Katrina, was the victor Saturday night in an … Click to Continue »
The Latest: Cantrell declares victory in New Orleans: The Latest on Saturday's mayoral election in New Orleans (all times local): 10 p.m. City Council member Latoya Cantrell is the apparent victor in the New Orleans mayor's race. Her … Click to Continue »

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