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McCain Returns To Senate For Vote, Emotional Speech On Health CareIn high drama at the Capitol, Sen. John McCain on Tuesday delivered a crucial vote in the Republican drive to dismantle the health care law, a win for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders, and then leveled a broadside at how the GOP got there.
Senate Takes Up Health Bill After Pence Breaks TieThe Senate has voted to move ahead on health care legislation aimed at dismantling the Obama health law.
President Trump Blocks Model Chrissy Teigen On TwitterAfter years of poking fun at President Donald Trump on Twitter, model Chrissy Teigen says she's been blocked from viewing his tweets.
Al Gore Touts New Film About Climate Crisis In Bay Area Visit Former Vice President Al Gore has doubled down on his campaign to solve the climate crisis, promoting his new film in a visit to the Bay Area.
Gov. Brown Extends Landmark Cap-And-Trade LegislationGov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Tuesday keeping alive California's signature initiative to fight global warming, which puts a cap and a price on climate-changing emissions.
Trump Asks About Firing Sessions, Calls His Position 'Weak'President Donald Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, officials say, and launched a fresh Twitter tirade Tuesday against the man who was the first U.S. senator to endorse his candidacy.
Advocates Urge Congress To Ban Surgery On Intersex ChildrenAdvocates urge Congress to ban surgery for intersex children, arguing that some may grow up to identify as the opposite sex.
San Jose Neighbors Push Back Against Tiny Homes For The HomelessA popular neighborhood park in San Jose could be part of the homeless solution, but the people who live nearby are saying: not so fast.
Santa Cruz Considers Limiting Vacation Rentals To Ease Housing CrunchThe city of Santa Cruz is considering a dramatic step to try to ease the housing crunch by limiting vacation rentals.
California Supreme Court Narrows 3-Strikes Ballot MeasureThe California Supreme Court has narrowed the scope of a state ballot measure that allowed some three-strike inmates to get shorter prison terms.
Attorneys: 2016 California Capitol Brawl Was 'Mutual Combat'Attorneys for counter-protesters facing rioting charges from last year's California state Capitol brawl say their clients were engaged in "mutual combat" with white nationalists.
Pelosi, Democrats Attempt Rebranding With New Populist AgendaDemocratic leaders believe they lost to President Donald Trump partly because voters don't know what the party stands for.

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