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With illegal hush money payments, ignorance could be legal bliss for Trump

Federal prosecutors have directly tied the president to the illegal payments of hush money to two women to influence the 2016 campaign. But his legal exposure hinges on whether he knew he was breaking the law.

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California college students who want abortions were slapped in the face by Jerry Brown

The right of women to control their bodies is a never-ending struggle: Gov. Brown vetoed a bill requiring campus clinics to offer abortion pills.

Immigrant asylum claims increase at U.S. southern border

Immigration officials say they're overwhelmed; advocates say they're stonewalling.

Tejon Ranch development could get final up-or-down vote

The project, in the works for nearly two decades, has been controversial because of its location, which is far from urban and transit centers and sits in a ‘high fire hazard’ area.

Could a notorious biker club’s survival hinge on a trademark? The feds are betting on it

After years spent battling the Mongols motorcycle club in court, federal prosecutors are trying to strip the club’s leaders of the trademark it filed for the club's coveted logo.

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