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The 2020 Census kicks off in a matter of weeks. Census officials say Asian immigrants are “hard-to-count” because many have limited English and distrust government.
Large utilities cut off power to millions of Californians over the past two months to reduce the risk that power lines might spark new fires. Nearly 200,000 Southern California Edison customers were blacked out, some for days at a time.
School board members are due to vote on the plan on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
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China reacted furiously Thursday to President Donald Trump’s signing two bills aimed at supporting human rights in Hong Kong, summoning the U.S. ambassador to protest and warning the move would undermine cooperation with Washington.
Week In Politics: Impeachment Hearing Wednesday, More Tariffs, What Happened To The Anxiety About White Working Class Men And More| December 02 2019, 9:28 AM
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come.
Lone drivers could eventually be able to use the 405’s carpool lanes as a result of toll lanes. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is in the early stages of plans for toll lanes between the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley and the 10 in West L.A., according to the L.A. Times.
The Supreme Court is turning to gun rights for the first time in nearly a decade, even though those who brought the case, New York City gun owners, already have won changes to the regulation they challenged.
A recent piece in the Wall Street Journal looked at 15 years of consumer surveys by the research firm MRI Simmons and found what many farm and ranch hands already knew: Levi’s are preferred by liberal-skewing urbanites, and Wranglers are the jeans of choice for rural conservatives.