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Protesters complain about continuing illnesses they suspect are caused by chemicals from the Aliso Canyon natural gas field, noting that an investigation into the cause of the nation's worst-ever uncontrolled natural gas release has not been completed.
The 32-year-old right wing provocateur is a supporter of President Donald Trump and a self-proclaimed internet troll whose comments have been criticized as racist, misogynist, anti-Muslim and white supremacist.
Supreme Court nominee is expected to face a messy fight, as Senate Democrats are facing pressure from their base and are still upset with the obstruction of Obama's high-court nominee. Trump, meanwhile, urged the Senate majority leader to "go nuclear" to overcome a threatened filibuster.
NPR and KPCC want to help the public understand where their lawmakers stand on President Trump's executive order on refugees, so we rounded up responses from California's Congressional members. Here's what we found.
State Senate's Public Safety Committee, on a 5-2 party-line vote, approves measure that would create a border-to-border sanctuary. It's California Democrats' first formal action to resist President Trump's immigration policies.
The White House announced the move in a relatively short statement early Tuesday, saying that the president "is determined to protect the rights of all Americans, including the LGBTQ community." The decision mostly conforms with Trump's election campaign.