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 Trump's staff gets sworn in at the White House
Washington Post - Jan. 22, 1:44 pm
Vice President Pence on Jan. 22 administered the oath of office to President Trump’s staff at the White House. »Read  »E-mail story

 More tornadoes ahead as death toll reach 15 in southeast US
Christian Science Monitor - Jan. 22, 1:41 pm
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency. About 38 million people live in the the projected area of bad weather, which spans southern Georgia, northern Florida and southeastern Alabama. »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Patrick Marsh, Michael Miller,

 Congressional leaders to meet with Trump on Monday
The Politico - Jan. 22, 1:10 pm
The Politico - Jan. 22, 1:10 pm

In this article: Kevin McCarthy, Nancy Pelosi,

 Nunes: 'I don't blame' Trump for criticism of intel community
The Hill - Jan. 22, 11:37 am
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Sunday it's understandable that President Donald Trump 'had a lot of problems' with 'the highest level of the past administration.''And I don't blam... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Devin Nunes,

 Public universities needs more than nostaglia
Sacramento Bee / Opinion - Jan. 22, 8:13 am
The heyday of the colleges that serve America’s working class can often feel very long ago. It harks back to the mid-20th century, when City College of New York cost … Click to Continue »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Ted Mitchell, Barack Obama,

 Los Angeles' ungracious response to minimum wage consequences
Orange County Register / Editorial - Jan. 22, 8:00 am
The consequences of California’s unprecedented minimum wage experiment are playing out in real time, as the state’s papers cover the stories of affected businesses who are cutting staff or closing their doors as a result of the rising wage ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Eric Garcetti, minimum wage,

 What a relief: Rohrabacher can retreat to his 'safe space'
Orange County Register / Editorial - Jan. 22, 8:00 am
Conservatives love to mock liberal college students who clamor for “safe spaces,” where they can hide from ideas that run contrary to their politically correct sensibilities. Yes, these kids need to grow up and learn how to make a... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Duncan Hunter, Dana Rohrabacher,

 The first 100 days of Trump
Orange County Register / Editorial - Jan. 22, 8:00 am
For most presidents of the United States, the first 100 days of their presidency is critical. Oftentimes, it defines them and signals to Congress, the nation and the world what type of president they will be and what they will prioritize. It sets ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Ted Lieu, Adam Schiff,

 "I Needed to Do Something"
The New Republic - Jan. 22, 7:32 am
The inauguration of President Donald Trump came and went in Washington, D.C., like a formal dinner left untouched by its guests, providing a canvas of neatly stacked barriers, stripped-down scaffolding, and city blocks lined with empty ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Kamala Harris, Maxine Waters,

 Analysis: Huge rallies may signal an emerging anti-Trump movement. But sustaining unity could prove difficult
Los Angeles Times - Jan. 22, 6:38 am
Updates on the inauguration of President Trump Jan. 21, 2017, 3:31 p.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration: A dark vision of America in Trump's inaugural address Trump has not signaled that he will try to unify the ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Barack Obama, Arnold Schwarzenegger,

 There's a right way for Fortress California to hunker down
Sacramento Bee / Opinion - Jan. 22, 6:30 am
Saturday’s extraordinary protest marches notwithstanding, California greets President Donald Trump with a fresh eye and high hopes that he will soon earn the benefit of the doubt. But it’s not … Click to Continue »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Xavier Becerra, Jerry Brown, Jeff Denham, global warming, greenhouse gas, Legislature, Kevin McCarthy, Devin Nunes,

 Huge rallies may signal emerging anti-Trump movement. Or not.
Los Angeles Times - Jan. 22, 5:26 am
The new lines of conflict in America were vividly drawn Saturday: A freshly revived protest movement has risen to greet a president acutely attuned to public opinion.  Not for decades, since 1960s protesters took to the streets against the ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Barack Obama, Arnold Schwarzenegger,

 Cautious welcome from congressional Republicans to Trump era
San Francisco Chronicle - Jan. 22, 5:07 am
[...] GOP lawmakers also say they're growing increasingly accustomed to expecting the unexpected from Trump, and they're learning to take his abrupt pivots in stride, even when what he says stirs divisions or casts doubt on key Republican goals. ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Kevin McCarthy, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi,

 California must decide whether to be at the table or on the menu
Sacramento Bee / Opinion - Jan. 22, 5:00 am
The polls say we want our leaders to produce environmentally sensible and fiscally responsible solutions for our crumbling infrastructure, and a health system that fosters innovation and provides a safety … Click to Continue »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: renewable energy,

 Don't buy the hysteria over a federal risk analysis of California's bullet train
Los Angeles Times / Top of the Ticket - Jan. 22, 4:35 am
To the editor: After The Times published a story on California high-speed rail’s budget based on a draft document by the Federal Railroad Administration, the document’s authors called the story “misleading at best.” We agree. ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: High-Speed Rail, Legislature, Jeff Morales, Dan Richard,

 Biggest Dem donor thinks party needs new message
The Hill - Jan. 22, 4:00 am
Tom Steyer spent $87 million on the 2016 elections, and all he got was a Trump administration full of nominees he opposes. »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama, Tom Steyer,

 Huge rallies may signal an emerging anti-Trump movement. But sustaining unity could prove difficult
Los Angeles Times / Top of the Ticket - Jan. 22, 4:00 am
The new lines of conflict in America were vividly drawn Saturday: A freshly revived protest movement has risen to greet a president acutely attuned to public opinion.  Not for decades, since 1960s protesters took to the streets against the ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Barack Obama, Arnold Schwarzenegger,

 Huge rallies may signal an emerging anti-Trump movement. But sustaining unity could prove difficult
Los Angeles Times - Jan. 22, 4:00 am
The new lines of conflict in America were vividly drawn Saturday: A freshly revived protest movement has risen to greet a president acutely attuned to public opinion.  Not for decades, since 1960s protesters took to the streets against the ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Barack Obama, Arnold Schwarzenegger,

 Kevin Starr, chronicler of the California dream: Joel Kotkin
L.A. Daily News / Opinion - Jan. 22, 1:52 am
'From the Beginning, California promised much. While yet barely a name on the map, it entered American awareness as a symbol of renewal. It was a final frontier: of geography and of expectation.'- Kevin Starr, 'Americans and the California Dream, ... »Read  »E-mail story

In this article: Gray Davis, Joel Kotkin, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pete Wilson,


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