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  • Upset in mayor's race could help reshape Long Beach politics

    Upset in mayor's race could help reshape Long Beach politics
    Setting the stage for a shake-up in city politics, a councilman and a real estate investor held off heavily favored Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal in Long Beach's mayoral election and will meet in a June runoff. Unofficial tallies in Tuesday's vote...
  • Obama to honor Lyndon Johnson and the Civil Rights Act

    Obama to honor Lyndon Johnson and the Civil Rights Act
    AUSTIN, Texas — President Obama has tried to model Abraham Lincoln's team of rivals and Teddy Roosevelt's power of the bully pulpit. He's lauded Ronald Reagan's communication skills and linked himself to the Kennedy clan. He's praised his onetime...
  • Munger helps launch Republican Assembly candidates

    Munger helps launch Republican Assembly candidates
    SACRAMENTO -- Charles Munger Jr., one of California Republicans' biggest donors, is chipping in some of his wealth to ensure his party has candidates on the ballot in more Assembly districts. Several Republican candidates received Munger contributions...
  • Judge sides with Chris Christie aides over bridge documents

    Judge sides with Chris Christie aides over bridge documents
    Two former aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie don’t have to turn over their emails and other documents, a New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday, dealing a serious setback to a state legislative committee’s effort to answer the questions...
  • California Senate to three suspended members: You're dead to me

    California Senate to three suspended members: You're dead to me
    A week after taking the unprecedented step of suspending three colleagues, the California state Senate erased the lawmakers’ names, press releases and archives from its websites. The Senate left in place bare-bones information for the districts of...
  • University officials support loans for undocumented students

    University officials support loans for undocumented students
    SACRAMENTO -- Administrators from California’s two public university systems called Wednesday for the state to provide student loans to some immigrants in the country illegally to cover expenses not met with state scholarships. UC President...
  • Eloise Gomez Reyes hits mailboxes first in Inland Empire race

    Eloise Gomez Reyes hits mailboxes first in Inland Empire race
    Colton attorney Eloise Gomez Reyes has become the first candidate to send campaign mailers in the seven-way race for an open Inland Empire congressional seat. Over the weekend, Reyes, one of four Democrats vying to replacing retiring Rep. Gary Miller...
  • Why are we still fighting about whether women deserve equal pay?

    Why are we still fighting about whether women deserve equal pay?
    Happy Equal Pay Day. Happy what? According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, a coalition of women's groups, civil rights groups and labor unions, Equal Pay Day commemorates the continuing American gender wage gap. "This date," says the group,...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown's approval rating climbs to high of 59%, poll finds

    Gov. Jerry Brown's approval rating climbs to high of 59%, poll finds
    SACRAMENTO -- Nearly 60% of registered voters approve of Gov. Jerry Brown's job performance, according to a poll released Wednesday. The Field Poll found that Brown has a 59% approval rating among registered voters -- the highest marks the poll has...
  • Ukraine separatists hold buildings and hostages

    Ukraine separatists hold buildings and hostages
    MOSCOW — Heavily armed separatists held Ukrainian government buildings and hostages Tuesday as tensions increased sharply and threatened to push a dispute over treatment of the country's ethnic Russians into bloodshed. Ukrainian government...
  • Long Beach headed to mayoral runoff; voters approve marijuana tax

    Long Beach headed to mayoral runoff; voters approve marijuana tax
    Councilman Robert Garcia and real estate investor Damon Dunn held off heavily favored Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal in Tuesday night's Long Beach mayoral election, emerging as the top two candidates who will advance to a runoff. Unofficial tallies from...