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  • In Virginia governor's race, strategies of both parties fall short

    In Virginia governor's race, strategies of both parties fall short
    WASHINGTON — The most closely fought major election of the fall, the race for governor of Virginia, has a lesson for both parties: Your magic bullets are duds. For weeks, partisans on each side have claimed an issue that they argued would sweep...
  • Latinos, whites split on immigrant laws OKd by Brown

    Latinos, whites split on immigrant laws OKd by Brown
    California voters are generally welcoming toward immigrants who are in the country illegally, but a wide gap exists between whites and Latinos on some new laws hailed by Gov. Jerry Brown when he signed them last month, according to a USC Dornsife/Los...
  • Brown's solid approval rating may not translate into votes

    Brown's solid approval rating may not translate into votes
    SACRAMENTO — Jerry Brown may be the state's longest-serving governor, with a political resume that spans six decades, but California voters are ambivalent about the 75-year-old Democrat. More than half of those surveyed in a new USC Dornsife/Los...
  • Poll shows Republicans losing ethnicity, age battle in California

    Poll shows Republicans losing ethnicity, age battle in California
    Deep inside a new USC/Los Angeles Times poll are details that could make the California Republican Party, and by extension its cohorts elsewhere in the country, fear anew the march of time and demographics. California right now is an extreme example...
  • Dreaming of the White House

    Dreaming of the White House
    Is it too early to think about who's running for president in 2016, three years from now? Not in Washington, a city with more campaign consultants than dry cleaners. After all, we're talking about a business that raised and spent more than $2 billion,...
  • Obama's Obamacare solution: Dose of humility, new promises to fix it

    Obama's Obamacare solution: Dose of humility, new promises to fix it
    Whether President Obama’s latest apology for the crash-and-burn rollout of his signature healthcare plan helps his case will only be known over time. What was undeniableĀ  Thursday was that the gravity of the issue finally has hit home in the White...
  • White House optimistic Obama will bounce back from healthcare glitches

    White House optimistic Obama will bounce back from healthcare glitches
    WASHINGTON — He's vented, attacked, apologized and adjusted. Now, President Obama has one move left in his attempt to salvage the rollout of his healthcare law: hope the website works soon. The White House, knowing a functional website is needed...
  • Oprah, Obama and the racism dodge

    Oprah, Obama and the racism dodge
    In Britain to promote her film "The Butler," Oprah Winfrey gave an interview to the BBC last week. Not surprisingly, she promoted her movie about race relations in the White House with comments about race relations and the White House. The BBC's Will...
  • San Diego heads to polls to elect new mayor to replace Filner

    San Diego heads to polls to elect new mayor to replace Filner
    SAN DIEGO -- After a mostly polite campaign, San Diego voters go to the polls today to pick a mayoral replacement for Bob Filner, who resigned in August amid a flurry of sexual harassment accusations. If none of the candidates (11 on the ballot, one...
  • Obama's reversal of fortune

    Obama's reversal of fortune
    When it comes to his healthcare law, President Obama faces a political version of what insurance folks call "adverse selection": All the bad news is sticking to him and most of the good news is sticking to someone else. Adverse selection, as we've...
  • Obamacare hurts president, but polls hold GOP warning

    Obamacare hurts president, but polls hold GOP warning
    WASHINGTON – The latest polling on President Obama and his signature healthcare reform law provides a raft of bad news for the White House and Democrats, but a strong cautionary note for Republicans as well: The public disapproves of what Obama...