New Hampshire Democratic State Party Chairman Ray Buckley Exits DNC Chair Race, Backs Keith Ellison

(Credit: CNN) New Hampshire Democratic State Party Chairman Ray Buckley announced Saturday that he is exiting the race to lead the Democratic National Committee and is endorsing Rep. Keith Ellison. “Now, many candidates have spoken about these issues, but Keith’s commitment to the states and a transparent and accountable DNC

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Education Secretary DeVos Given U.S. Marshals Service Protection After Protesters Block Entrance to D.C. School

One protester blocked the school door DeVos was planning to use and another was arrested and charged with assaulting an officer. It is uncommon for the Marshals Service to protect a Cabinet member, who receive security protection through their individual agencies. Donahue would not say whether the protection is a

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Norma McCorvey, Known as ‘Jane Roe’ in ‘Roe vs. Wade’ Case that Legalized Abortion, Dies

As the plaintiff in Roe vs. Senate Judiciary Committee (Credit: Chris Kleponis/AFP/Getty Images) McCorvey, who later joined the anti-abortion movement, died Saturday in Katy, Texas, the Associated Press reported. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. 29.785785 -95.824396 1998 photo as she testifies before a U.S. 1998 photo

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Cleanup Underway After Powerful Winter Storm Slams Southern California

18, 2017 after flooding shut down the highway in Sun Valley the previous night. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. 18, 2017 after flooding shut down the highway in Sun Valley the previous night. Evacuation orders were lifted early Saturday in Duarte, where mudflows threatened dozens of

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Blind Egyptian-Born Cleric Serving Life Sentence for Plotting 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Dies at 78

He had battled diabetes and coronary heart disease, Norton said. Phillips /AFP/Getty Images) × Blind Egyptian-Born Cleric Serving Life Sentence for Plotting 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Dies at 78 In this 25 June 1993 file photo, Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman (R) enters his apartment building with an unidentified man (L) after

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Russian Actions Are a ‘Test of the New Administration’: Pentagon Officials

Trump, for his part, dismissed the idea that Russia was testing him and attributed its recent moves to Putin’s belief that the new US president was politically constrained and incapable of striking a deal with Russia. Analysts also agreed that the moves were intended to gauge the new White House,

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Trump Expected to Address Supporters at Campaign Rally in Florida

While it is unclear what exactly Trump is campaigning for, the President will take to the road on Saturday, flying from Mar-A-Lago, his private club in Palm Beach, Florida, to Melbourne, Florida, where he will address what organizers expect will be thousands of supporters at Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Trump,

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‘Golden Girls’ Inspired Cafe Opens in New York

“That’s why I love her.” Diane Pape traveled from Saginaw, Michigan, with her friends to visit the Rue La Rue Café. More than 25 years after “The Golden Girls” debuted, the show still has a loyal following, and episodes are available through the streaming service Hulu. “She was a very

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Bookkeeper, Stuntman Among 20 Candidates Running for Los Angeles City Council Seat

Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. Another owns a bar. The contrasts reflect the diversity of the working-class district and the eclectic field of 20 candidates running for its open seat in the March 7 primary. At a recent forum, two candidates wore cowboy boots, while others

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