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Celebrating MLK Day days after white supremacists joined a pro-Trump mob at the Washington insurrection, and faced with the limitations of a pandemic, social justice advocates find fear, hope and determination in California’s capital.

President Trump tried to marginalize California. He failed. Now, with Joe Biden and Democrats taking power, no state is more influential in setting a policy agenda.

A security specialist warns that the cost of unemployment fraud in California could be much higher than the $4 billion that was previously reported.

The campaign to recall Newsom has the stench of Trumpism, but because there’s serious money behind it we must take it seriously.

Newsom said the governor’s Office of Emergency Services is coordinating the security response with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

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In likening last week’s mob invasion of the U.S. Capitol to the Nazis’ 1938 Night of Broken Glass attack on Jews across Germany and his native Austria, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger asserted that “spineless” fellow Republicans were also to blame for the deadly riot.

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