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Hackers Strike Democrats’ House Campaign CommitteeThe computers of the House Democratic campaign committee have been hacked in an intrusion that investigators say resembles the recent cyber breach of the Democratic National Committee.
Report: San Francisco Cop Investigated In Underage Sex ScandalA San Francisco police officer is being investigated in a sex scandal involving a teenage girl that has also allegedly involved officers in several East Bay law enforcement agencies.
Promising Steady Hand, Hillary Clinton Accepts Historic Nomination For PresidentHillary Clinton took the stage to roaring applause from flag-waving delegates on a historic night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
California Delegates Squeezed At Pricey Philly Hotel During Democratic ConventionThe Philadelphia hotel where the California delegation to the Democratic National Convention is so expensive, delegates are doubling, tripling, even quadrupling up, and sometimes they're forced to share with someone from a rival camp.
U.S. Navy To Name Ship After San Francisco LGBT Rights Icon Harvey MilkThe U.S. Navy was set to name a ship after San Francisco LGBT rights icon Harvey Milk, according to a Naval Institute website.
Refugee Hopes UK's Iraq War Inquiry Revives Her Lawsuit Against Bush AdministrationAn Iraqi refugee appeals an unsuccessful lawsuit against former U.S. President George W. Bush, with new evidence from the U.K. government.
Man Convicted In Chandra Levy's Death Won't Be RetriedProsecutors say they will not retry a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy.
Obama Expresses Support For Clinton, Kaine Does Impression Of TrumpPresident Barack Obama implored Americans to elect Hillary Clinton and Senator Tim Kaine imitated one of Trump's favorite phrases.
Oakland's Homelessness Problems No Longer HiddenThere's been a drastic rise in homeless camps in Oakland and city leaders admit they're struggling to come up with a solution.
Questlove Blasts Bill O’Reilly for ‘Revisionist’ Slavery Comment"There is nothing more dangerous than a man in a suit pretending to be a journalist giving revisionist history on the ugliness that was slavery" - Questlove
Oops... Newspapers Put Wrong Clinton On Front Pages After Hillary's Historic NominationWomen woke up around the world Wednesday and read the headlines trumpeting Hillary Clinton's historic nomination, but something was glaringly missing.
1.2 Million Signatures Call For Stanford Sex Assault Judge's RecallActivists are set to submit a petition on Monday with 1.2 million signatures calling for the recall of Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky.

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