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Why centrist Dianne Feinstein is moving so much to the left that she now opposes the death penalty

Sen. Dianne Feinstein rose to prominence as a centrist Democrat at a time when Republicans controlled much of the state. Now she faces a very different electorate.

Senate leaders reach bipartisan deal for handling sexual harassment claims on Capitol Hill

The legislation requires members of Congress to personally repay taxpayers for settling harassment claims filed against them, even if they resign.

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California to its presidential wannabes: Don't quit that day job!

A new USC/L.A. Times statewide survey finds a distinct lack of interest or enthusiasm for presidential bids by Kamala Harris, Eric Garcetti or Tom Steyer. A sizeable chunk of the California electorate says, who?

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