Oct. 20, 2019
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Potentially thousands of plaintiffs prepare to file against churches, the Boy Scouts, schools, youth sports groups and others after AB 218 passed.
The governor led the 2016 campaign to legalize recreational marijuana in California. His record since has angered some in the cannabis industry.
The soldiers were in training at Ft. Stewart, riding in an armored vehicle, when the accident occurred. Three other soldiers were injured.
The Chilean government declared a curfew Saturday in the capital after protests against public transport fare increases led to looting and arson attacks that paralyzed this city of 7 million.
The initial strategy toward the House impeachment investigation was to try to block witnesses from testifying. Now that’s failed. What’s Plan B?
The nonstop flight from New York to Sydney took about 19-and-a-half hours and was almost as demanding as that sounds
Wine coolers, Zima, Smirnoff Ice — those fads are over. But White Claw’s emerging rivals bet that alcoholic seltzer has staying power.
It’s a weekend of sequels at the box office as Disney opens “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” and Sony releases “Zombieland: Double Tap.”
There is no issue more important than driving Donald Trump out of office at the ballot box in 2020.
Amid the impeachment inquiry, it’s important not to forget the full sweep of the damage Donald Trump has done, and continues to do.
The single most important issue in 2020 is ending the misrule of Donald Trump.
With an incumbent as dangerous as Donald Trump, there’s too much riding on the outcome of the election to risk the post-primary infighting we saw in 2016.
Trump’s racism is a visible expression of bigger, older, deeper problems. He is a symptom rather than a root cause.
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The Cosmic Crisp is a new variety of apple, coming to grocery stores Dec. 1. It’s the first apple ever bred in Washington state.
This year’s riffed-from-the-headlines costumes include Area 51 aliens, a spiked seltzer and a favorite “Stranger Things” character.
Tour L.A. through the eyes of novelist Michael Connelly’s relentless detective, Harry Bosch.
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