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Federal Government Says Russia Tried To Hack 21 States' Election SystemsThe federal government on Friday told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems before last year's presidential election.
Coulter Says She Will Skip UC Berkeley's 'Free Speech Week'Conservative commentator Ann Coulter on Friday said she is not coming to "Free Speech Week" at the University of California in Berkeley amid growing signs the event could fizzle.
Sanders Rips GOP Health Plan; Crowd Chants 'Run, Bernie, Run'Sen. Bernie Sanders bashed the latest Republican effort to overhaul the health care system Friday, touting his own government-run health care plan in a San Francisco speech.
Dire Warnings Over Feds Failure To Track Highway EmissionsEight states sued the U.S. Department of Transportation claiming that a failure to track carbon emissions on U.S. highways violates the law.
San Francisco Senior Accused Of Petty Crime Fighting $350,000 BailA 64-year-old San Francisco man who has been in jail for four months because he is unable to post $350,000 bail, takes on California's money bail system.
'Thug' Posters Fuel Tensions Ahead Of UC Berkeley 'Free Speech Week'Posters proclaiming Berkeley is "Run By Thugs In Black Masks" helped fuel increasing tensions as the hours counted down to the weekend start of "Free Speech Week" -- a far right gathering of speakers including Milo Yiannopoulos, Ann Coulter and Steve Bannon.
Latest GOP Health Bill Likely Sunk After McCain Says NoSen. John McCain says he won’t vote for the Republican bill repealing the Obama health care law.
Social Media Election Ad Regulations Considered Amid Facebook FalloutVirginia Sen. Mark Warner is writing a bill that would require social media companies to disclose who funded political ads, similar to television broadcasters.
North Korean Leader Hurls Insults At Trump, Hints At Weapons TestIt was the first time for a North Korean leader to issue such a direct statement against a U.S. president, dramatically escalating the war of words between the former wartime foes and raising the international nuclear standoff to a new level.
San Jose Neighborhoods Beset By Wild Boar Some unusual pests are going hog wild in some San Jose neighborhoods, leaving a trail of destruction.
Mexico Far Ahead Of California With Earthquake Early-Warning SystemMexico's quake-warning system may have saved lives but, in California, rollout of a similar system is still years away.
Gatorade To Pay California $300K Over Anti-Water Usain Bolt ‘Advergame’Gatorade agreed to pay California $300,000 to settle a lawsuit over anti-water messaging in advertisement-video game featuring Olympic Gold Metalist Usain Bolt.

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