Helena, Montana – Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is running for president, becoming the 23rd candidate to enter the race for the Democratic nomination. He launched his campaign Tuesday in a high school science classroom he once attended. Bullock waited so ...

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), one of the front runners as the Democratic Party’s presidential standard bearer in 2020, is one of 17.3 million millionaires in the United States’ population of 327 million. Forbes revealed Sanders’ net worth amounts to ...

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Business leaders and communities around the country are expressing alarm that the bitter partisan impasse in Washington is paralyzing efforts to revamp the nation’s deteriorating and outdated infrastructure. As millions of Americans hit the road for the ...

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The White House on Sunday brushed aside congressional Democrats’ concerns about Atty. Gen. William Barr being handed extraordinary powers to declassify sensitive intelligence as part of a probe into the origins of the investigation into Russian efforts ...

Sarah Sanders defends Attorney General Barr's new investigation into origins of Russia probe
For Trump to instruct Barr "to do that, it looks like he's using the attorney general to be his personal lawyer," Rep. Eric Swalwell said Sunday. President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr arrive for the presentation of the Public Safety ...   NBC News  
Two tax hikes for schools could end up on California’s 2020 ballot
Though it’s never a sure bet that California voters will sign off on a tax increase, the odds improve when the money is promised to schools. Less clear, though, is what happens if two school tax measures are on the same ballot — now a distinct ...   Los Angeles Times  
There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., with plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles sanitation division came with protective coveralls and white masks. A mountain of rotting, oozing, stinking trash awaited them, stretching a good 20 ...   Los Angeles Times  
There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., with plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles sanitation division came with protective coveralls and white masks. A mountain of rotting, oozing, stinking trash awaited them, stretching a good 20 ...   Los Angeles Times  
9 People Showed Up for a KKK Rally in Dayton, Ohio. They Were Downed Out by 600 Protestors
Plans for a Ku Klux Klan rally in Dayton, Ohio set the city on edge and attracted national attention. But only nine people showed up for the rally Saturday, and their slogans were drowned out by ...   Time  
There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., with plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles Sanitation division came with protective coveralls and white masks. A mountain of rotting, oozing, stinking trash awaited them, stretching a good 20 ...   Los Angeles Times  
There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., and plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles Sanitation division came with protective yellow coveralls and white masks. A mountain of rotting, oozing, stinking trash awaited them, stretching a ...   Los Angeles Times  
There’s a trash and rodent nightmare in downtown L.A., and plenty of blame to go around
The trash trucks arrived early Wednesday afternoon, and members of the cleanup team from the Los Angeles Sanitation division came with protective yellow coveralls and white masks. A mountain of rotting, oozing, stinking trash awaited them, stretching a ...   Los Angeles Times  
San Francisco police chief reverses on raid of journalist's home and apologizes
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott apologized Friday for his officers’ raid of a journalist’s home to identify a confidential source, and said he was referring his department’s investigation into the leak of a report on Public Defender Jeff Adachi ...   Los Angeles Times  
San Francisco police chief apologizes for raid on journalist's home
San Francisco police chief Chief William Scott on Friday apologized for a raid on a freelance journalist's home which sparked national criticism, CBS San Francisco reports. The raid at the home and office of stringer journalist Bryan Carmody on May 10 was ...   CBS News