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Sen. Dianne Feinstein solidified her case for a fifth re-election with a steady, studied presentation in her sole debate with her fellow Democrat, Kevin de... [Read More]
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President Trump's empathy has a curious habit of making its rare appearances when privileged men are credibly accused of crimes — even if the alleged... [Read More]
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Interest rates are rising, and the stock market suffered a two-day rout last week. So what's President Trump doing? Blaming the Fed, of course. In... [Read More]
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Even as a Bay Area professor's accusation against a U.S. Supreme Court candidate invigorated the movement against sexual abuse, it intensified a backlash that casts... [Read More]
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Expect Democrats to immediately try to force President Trump to release his tax returns if they take back the House in November, Minority Leader Nancy... [Read More]
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Why did President Trump and the Senate barrel ahead with elevating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court instead of one of the many other conservative... [Read More]
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Catharine Baker calls herself pro-choice, pro-environment and pro-gun control. As the only Republican to hold partisan office in the decidedly liberal Bay Area, it may... [Read More]
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There is a silent force emerging in American politics, and thanks to the contentious debate over Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump is tapping right into... [Read More]
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Brett Kavanaugh, who has blamed "left-wing opposition groups" and people seeking "revenge on behalf of the Clintons" in defending himself against accusations of sexual assault,... [Read More]
President Trump and the Senate majority paused from their headlong rush to elevate Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court only because a single retiring... [Read More]
And so we learn from a meticulously reported New York Times story that President Trump is not a self-made tycoon after all. Not even close.... [Read More]
The Trump administration's plan to deport more than 300,000 undocumented immigrants whose home countries have been hit by disasters was blocked Wednesday by a San... [Read More]
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