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Trump administration poised to strip protections from up to 80% of California waters, millions of acres nationwide

At stake are billions of dollars in potential development rights, the quality of drinking water and rules that affect farming in much of the country, as well as wildlife habitat for most of the nation’s migratory birds and many other species.

Are L.A. County deputies still ‘dumping’ vulnerable people? An injured artist’s case revives concerns

A lawsuit alleges that deputies from the Lost Hills station ‘doomed’ Stafford Taylor to suffer severe injuries before he was hospitalized, causing damage that will require medical attention for the rest of his life.

Latest tweak to proposed L.A. rules on Airbnb-type rentals alarms tenant activists

Under an adjustment to the proposal, regulations would not go into effect before L.A. passed another, potentially controversial set of rules.

Troubles past and future hinder Trump’s search for a new White House chief of staff

President Trump’s search for his third chief of staff illustrates the sharp decline in power and desirability of a job that long was regarded as a plum in politics. His top pick to replace John F. Kelly, Nick Ayers, unexpectedly withdrew his name over the weekend.

Can Trump cut budget deal with ‘Chuck and Nancy’ to fund his border wall?

President Trump plans to meet with top congressional Democrats on Tuesday to try to stave off a partial government shutdown.

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