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Democrats want to keep faith with Latinos while the GOP risks overreacting to President Obama’s expected executive order.
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A hike would violate an agreement that could direct hundreds of millions to the UC and CSU systems.
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The administration started blending two numbers that used to be distinct.
The company that makes the drug cocktail in lethal injections won’t sell to the United States, so Utah lawmakers are looking into other options.
Debate over the president’s move tests whether Republicans can contain some unhelpful passions.
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In a word: Populism.
Here’s a wet blanket, courtesy of The Fix.
And it rules.
Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kris Humphries after 72 days. Utah’s legislature meets for 45 days.
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A possible 2016 GOP contender, Bush tries to thread the needle when it comes to the divisive standards.
A legislative committee is considering prohibiting municipalities from working with the spy agency.
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This week’s New York Times Magazine cover.
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Jim Webb threw a wrench in our 2106 contest, but don’t despair. We can improvise.
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He barely won one election in a Democratic wave.
Whether he’s right is what we’ll find out.
The Tonight Show adds two very awkward photos of Obama with Joe Biden and Andrew Cuomo to the dictionary of presidential expressions.
The meeting will take place Dec. 9 with senior executives and managers, according to a Government Executive report.
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Medicaid funds through the health-care expansion helped contributed to the overall state spending increase.
The report comes after federal auditors found thousands of workers were on paid leave for long periods.
President Obama appears to believe that Canadian crude from the Keystone XL pipeline would bypass the United States. That’s wrong.
Volunteers across the city and the rest of Illinois are standing by to advise undocumented immigrants.
Gov. Jerry Brown (D), legislative leaders and students protested the move.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan pledges to move ahead on tax rollbacks at a meeting of Republican governors.
David Nakamura and Pamela Constable
The president will use a rare prime-time address to lay out plans to remake the immigration landscape.
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