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State senator ordered off floor: In a remarkable confrontation, a Republican state senator of Vietnamese descent was hustled off the Senate floor Thursday, after majority Democrats said she was out of order for trying to make disparaging comments about the late political activist Tom Hayden. The leader of the Senate Republicans ...
Bar exam failure rates draw scrutiny: California’s law-school students are failing the daunting State Bar exam in surprising numbers — and experts are trying to figure out why. “It’s difficult to understand why the pass rate in California is so low,” said Barry Currier, the managing director of the American Bar Association’s legal ed...
Capitol Weekly Podcast: Chris Austin: As floods ravage San Jose and the spillway of the Oroville Dam continues to erode, we’re joined by California’s essential water policy blogger, Chris Austin of Maven’s Notebook. We chatted about water storage, conveyance, subsidence, aquifers, the Yolo Causeway and, of course, the Twin Tunnels pr...
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At least seven detainees are held at LAX as protesters rail against Trump's ban: At least seven people, all of whom either hold green cards or U.S. visas, were being detained at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday night as a result of a controversial executive order signed by President Trump, and two people may have been deported. As activists scrambled to fight...
Would this pay for the wall?: Good morning. It is Saturday, Jan. 28. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES And who’s going to pay for it? President Trump’s desire to fund the cost of a wall across the southern border with Mexico has suddenly brought out of obscurity a border-tax idea that has been a...
L.A. to acquire property known as 'crown jewel' in river revitalization strategy: The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to spend $59.3 million to buy a piece of land billed as a “crown jewel” in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s push to restore an 11-mile stretch of the Los Angeles River. On an 11-0 vote, the council moved ahead with the purchase of the 41-acre site, formally know...
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Democratic senators criticize Trump on Chinese trademarks: Accepting a valuable trademark from the Chinese government without asking Congress first is unconstitutional, a group of 13 prominent Democratic senators said in a letter to President Donald Trump Thursday, … Click to Continue »
The Latest: Iraqi air force strikes IS targets inside Syria: The Latest on the Iraqi forces' battle to take the western half of Mosul from the Islamic State militants (all times local): 3:35 p.m. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says … Click to Continue »
Myanmar nationalist monks protest Thai crackdown on sect: A Buddhist nationalist group that has been accused of stirring up religious tensions in Myanmar demonstrated Friday outside Thailand's embassy in Myanmar to protest the Thai government's siege of the … Click to Continue »
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Trump Wants to Make US Nuclear Arsenal 'Top of the Pack': President Donald Trump on Thursday again expressed a desire for America to be an unparalleled military power, saying he wants to build up the U.S. nuclear arsenal to make it "top of the pack," NBC News reported.  In an interview with Reuters, the president stated that the United States had fallen...
Poll: More Than Half Disapprove of Trump's Job Performance: Fifty-four percent of Americans somewhat or strongly disapprove of the way Donald Trump is handling the presidency after a month in office, while 43 percent approve somewhat or strongly, according to the latest NBC NewsSurveyMonkey poll.NBC News reported that Trump enjoys broad support from withi...
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Schwarzenegger Continues His Gerrymandering Crusade: I’ll admit it. I was against changing how we did our redistricting. Perhaps it was fear of change, but ultimately, it didn’t turn out that badly. California has largely sorted itself politically anyway, with progressives on the coast, and more conservative voters inland. Gerrymandering can’t chan...

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