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President Joe Biden on Tuesday slammed Donald Trump after the former president said he would encourage Russia to invade countries that don’t meet their NATO obligations.

Biden heads to California to rev up his fundraising in anticipation of a costly rematch with Trump

By AAMER MADHANI Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — President Joe Biden started a three-day swing through California on Tuesday as he looks to soak up more cash for his reelection bid. Going into the trip, Biden’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday that they had collected $42 million in contributions during January

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Californians don’t have to pass a background check every time they buy bullets, federal judge rules

By ADAM BEAM Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California residents don’t have to pay for and pass a background check every time they buy bullets, a federal judge has ruled. The Tuesday ruling by U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez took effect immediately. California Attorney General Rob Bonta asked Benitez on Wednesday to delay the

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5 suspects arrested in desert west of Victorville killings in dispute over marijuana, sheriff’s officials say

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Five men have been arrested in the investigation surrounding six bodies found last week at a remote dirt crossroads west of Victorville. The dispute was over marijuana, sheriff’s officials said Monday. Authorities discovered the bodies in the Mojave Desert outside El Mirage after someone called 911 and said he had been shot,

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Update: California State University faculty reach tentative deal

Updated post by Olga R. Rodriguez (AP): SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California State University faculty members reached a tentative contract agreement Monday, the same day that nearly 30,000 professors, librarians, coaches and other workers struck at the nation’s largest public university system, their union announced. Members of the California Faculty Association will return to work

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California officials warn people to not eat raw oysters from Mexico which may be linked to norovirus

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Health officials in Southern California are warning people to avoid eating raw oysters from parts of Mexico after more than 200 people recently fell ill with suspected cases of norovirus. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has reported more than 150 suspected cases of gastrointestinal illness linked to raw

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