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Congressional leaders finalized a sweeping budget bill Wednesday that substantially boosts military and domestic spending but leaves behind young immigrant "Dreamers," deprives President Trump some of his border wall money and takes only incremental steps to address gun violence.
A friend of the suspect, Jeremiah Jensen, describes Conditt as shy, smart and thoughtful. "He was an intense person and could be hard to love but he was a person," he says.
Sheriff's officials wrongfully returned a gun to a man who used it to kill his ex-wife inside a busy SoCal mall last weekend, even though a judge had ordered the weapon be confiscated by investigators.
"It's the first time. And it's about time," Atkins said. "I came to the Senate to make progress, not history."
The new funding is part of a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, a source told NPR. The development comes as the Senate intelligence committee has put a focus on election security this week.
Rising numbers of applications to California State University campuses has led to many students being turned away. Cal State is trying to change that with two proposals unanimously approved by its board.
Zuckerberg had been quiet since news broke Friday that Cambridge Analytica may have used data improperly obtained from roughly 50 million Facebook users to try to sway elections.
County officials want to put up temporary homeless shelters in three OC cities to settle a federal lawsuit. City officials say they'll sue.
The dead suspect has been identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, a federal law enforcement source confirmed to NPR member station KUT in Austin.
Atmospheric rivers are a vital source of California's water supply, but they also can trigger mudslides given their often heavy rains.
Republicans Steven Bailey and Eric Early and Democrat Dave Jones threw barbs at Becerra and each other during a Sacramento Press Club debate.
Authorities hunted for a suspect after a string of explosions that killed two people and shook Austin, Texas. Here's a look back at other cases of multiple bombings in the U.S.
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The actress discusses the styling of Los Angeles in the film and her relationship with acting and music.
What WWE wrestler Daniel Bryan's return to the ring could mean for other athletes’ career-ending head injuries| March 21 2018, 9:55 AM
In 2016, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) officials told popular professional wrestler Bryan Danielson that he’d probably never wrestle again.
A suspect in the Austin bombings died Wednesday after blowing up a vehicle as police closed in on him, authorities said.
Before Zervos v. Trump, there was Paula Jones v. Bill Clinton. What lessons can the 1990s case provide?| March 21 2018, 9:39 AM
A New York state judge refused to toss out a defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump by a former contestant on "The Apprentice."
More than three years after the Los Angeles Police Department rolled out its plan for officers to use body-worn cameras, police commissioners have approved a policy allowing the release of videos from those body cams as well as from patrol car dashboard cams.
Many users are angry that their personal information may have been sold or misused by the social media giant. And they're disconnecting in droves.
L.A. County is changing how it treats incarcerated teenagers. It's a new approach called the LA Model, and it aims to provide care rather than just correction.
At a time when the NFL's ratings are down, there will be not just one but two rival leagues planned to kick off in the next two years.
The chefs behind Mozza have joined forces to bring authentic, Roman-style pizza to a rapidly-evolving foodie-friendly neighborhood.