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Gov. Brown: ‘California Is Not Turning Back,’ Vows To Fight TrumpGov. Jerry Brown is promising in his annual State of the State address to defend California's laws on immigration, health care and the environment in the face of the Trump administration.
Trump Administration Orders Media Blackout At EPAThe Trump administration has instituted a media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency and barred staff from awarding any new contracts or grants.
Oakland Apartment Building Residents Report Poor Conditions, BedbugsThe Oakland City Attorney’s office has secured an injunction against landlords of an East Oakland apartment building after residents said they are living in inhumane conditions.
Pres. Trump To Announce Supreme Court Nominee Next WeekPresident Donald Trump says he will announce his pick to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat sometime next week.
Trump Signs Orders To Advance Keystone, Dakota PipelinesPresident Donald Trump signed orders Tuesday to advance the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines.
Women's March Organizers Look Ahead To Next StepsAfter what some political scientists call the single largest day of demonstrations in United States history, organizers of the women’s marches in protest against the Trump administration say they aim to keep the momentum going.
UC President Napolitano Returns To Work After HospitalizationUniversity of California President Janet Napolitano has returned to work after being hospitalized last week following side effects from cancer treatment.
Prankster Reportedly Admits To Unfurling 'Impeach' Banner Off Golden Gate BridgeA prankster who said he recently altered the Hollywood sign has also reportedly admitted to unfurling an anti-President Donald Trump banner off the Golden Gate Bridge.
Shattered Windows, Bacon Placed At Davis Mosque Investigated As Hate CrimeAuthorities are investigating a hate crime after a surveillance camera captured a woman shattering windows and placing strips of uncooked bacon on a door handle of a Davis mosque.
Watchdog Sues Trump, Says His Businesses Violate ConstitutionA legal watchdog group is filing a lawsuit alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments.
SEC Probes Yahoo For Delayed Disclosure Of 2 Massive Data BreachesThe Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly investigating two massive data breaches at Yahoo.
Becerra Poised To Become California Attorney General, Fight Trump ProposalsCalifornia lawmakers are poised Monday to confirm a Democratic nominee for attorney general who has vowed to defend the state's liberal policies against the new administration and the Republican Congress.

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