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3 Reasons Why You Should Be on the Political Text-Writing Chain
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3 Reasons Why You Should Be on the Political Text-Writing Chain

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Andrew

Are You Being Flooded With Political Text Messages? We Want to See Them. We are now seeing the end-results of over a decade of political text messaging on Blackberry devices. From the early days...

Gay Pioneers in West Hollywood: A Gay Story
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Gay Pioneers in West Hollywood: A Gay Story

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Andrew

West Hollywood gay pioneers clash with younger progressives over future of city It’s an old Hollywood story. A gay couple arrives in the City of Angels in the 1930s, looking for a quiet life...

The November runoff election is a different story
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The November runoff election is a different story

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Andrew

Column: Representation matters. But a Mayor Karen Bass means more for Black women in L.A. than her current opponent. The November runoff election in L.A.’s mayoral race is officially underway—but with a very different...

Tiny Love Stories: 'I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib'
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Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib’

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Andrew

Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib’ Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib’ Tiny Love Stories: 'I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib' A...

Mayors make final campaign pitches for 2006 elections
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Mayors make final campaign pitches for 2006 elections

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Andrew

Hochul, Zeldin make final campaign pitches on Election Day SANDY HILL Published 6:30 am, Thursday, November 8, 2004 Hochul, who is running for re-election as mayor, and Zeldin, who is not running for re-election,...

The Ontario Government Is Doing Its Best to Contain the Pandemic
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The Ontario Government Is Doing Its Best to Contain the Pandemic

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Andrew

Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s public health chief, taking leave of absence for medical treatment. The story behind the recent spate of Toronto-area school outbreaks of COVID-19 has been a tragic tale of missed...

The Los Angeles Times retracted its endorsement of Danielle Sandoval over allegations of racial bias
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The Los Angeles Times retracted its endorsement of Danielle Sandoval over allegations of racial bias

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Andrew

Endorsement: The Times rescinds its endorsement of Danielle Sandoval for L.A. City Council The Los Angeles Times has withdrawn its endorsement of Danielle Sandoval, the Democratic candidate for Los Angeles City Council, over allegations...

Nigeria's presidential candidates meet to discuss their plans for the coming political season
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Nigeria’s presidential candidates meet to discuss their plans for the coming political season

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Andrew

Watch: Nigerian presidential candidate Peter Obi on his plans to transform Nigeria's economy. Nigeria's main presidential candidates met on Saturday night at a hotel in Lagos to discuss their plans for the coming political...

The Department of Homeland Security is Taking Preliminary Steps to Improve Biometric Capabilities of US Airports
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The Department of Homeland Security is Taking Preliminary Steps to Improve Biometric Capabilities of US Airports

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Andrew

Domestic Fliers Will Need Real ID Compliant Identification in 2023 By Jodie Evans May 25, 2019 By Jodie Evans May 25, 2019 The Trump Administration is working to address the issue of ensuring appropriate...

California declares drought emergency for first time in decades
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California declares drought emergency for first time in decades

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Andrew

California drought pits farmers vs. cities. But neither is the biggest water victim. A dry spring in the western U.S. brought a drought emergency declaration to an entire region: The drought is now the...