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Monday: Debate deadlock in two high-profile races, Brett Kavanaugh's accuser comes forward, and Boba Guys opens a tapioca pearl plant in Hayward. [Read More]
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The state that embraces an activist government is fumbling one of its most basic tasks, as long waits plague motor vehicle offices. [Read More]
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Obama, on Day Two of his challenge to Trump, heads to a central battleground in the Democratic fight to take back Congress... [Read More]
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Tuesday: The Center for the Political Future comes to U.S.C., lawmakers pass a net neutrality bill, and documenting a father's decline with photos. [Read More]
The indictment, interviews with those who know him and his own personal statements show how a seemingly ideal political life unravelled under personal financial pressure,... [Read More]
In suburban Southern California, Duncan Hunter was a good neighbor. He'd help people do yard work or move heavy furniture. In Washington, D.C., he was... [Read More]
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Duncan Hunter was a war hero and promising politician, but now his life is falling apart amid a corruption scandal that jeopardizes the Republican Party's... [Read More]
The divergent lives of Congressman Duncan Hunter — between the watering holes and halls of power in Washington and the suburban tracts and chain stores... [Read More]
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Duncan Hunter was a war hero and promising politician, but now his life is falling apart amid a corruption scandal that jeopardizes the Republican Party's... [Read More]
Ammar Campa-Najjar attracted a whirlwind of attention the day after Duncan Hunter, his opponent for Congress, was charged with using campaign funds for personal expenses. [Read More]
Wednesday: Duncan Hunter remains on the November ballot, Facebook identifies new influence campaigns, and Kelly Marie Tran speaks out against online harassment. [Read More]
In the face of sharp opposition and questions about how to pay for it, construction of California's high-speed rail line is roaring ahead. [Read More]
Tuesday: Dianne Feinstein's lukewarm Senate race, remembering Rob Dellums and robotic hands that can do complex tasks on their own. [Read More]
Monday: Jonathan Gold, the beloved Los Angeles food critic, died over the weekend. We remember him, collect many tributes, and consider how he shaped our... [Read More]
A suspect fleeing the police ran into the store and barricaded himself inside, the authorities said. Earlier in the day he shot his grandmother and... [Read More]
Monday: A wildfire update, a meeting of Silicon Valley titans and California players in the All-Star Game. [Read More]
A gas tax pass last year was seen as a way for California to rebuilt its roads. Now its repeal could be key for Republican... [Read More]
Tuesday: L.A. votes on whether to add units along a transit line, the Pawnee Fire rages in Lake County, and recalling when the Rockets left... [Read More]
Tuesday: The mayor of Los Angeles talks with The Times, the Trump administration defends its border policy, and a beloved giant steer dies in Eureka. [Read More]
The former Los Angeles mayor said wealthy voters rejected his message — and working class voters failed to turn out. [Read More]
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