UC's Onward California campaign toured the state offering free ice cream [Photo courtesy of UC]
The University of California campaigns to prove its worth to the state.
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The added expenses could mean the difference between adding new jobs or not.
Six states are considering loosening pot regulations.
Online political advertisements pop up in website margins
Younger demographics are moving away from traditional TV - and ads.
Romney continues to struggle with capturing the female vote.
Syria denies accusations and international officials call for calm.
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Working on campaigns can be a brutal business.
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Split vote but both sides still get along.
Some question whether the governor's been pushing hard enough.
Occupy Wall Street (Creative Commons).
Occupy Wall Street has been widely recognized, occasionally criticized and frequently discussed.
The presidential candidate's foreign policy comes into question. (Creative Commons)
Democrats and Republicans are concerned.
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With numerous layoffs and cuts, the mayor hopes to maintain public departments and fund road improvements.
In a risky move, the city is denying a $4.5 million settlement to a shooting victim, opting for an appeal instead.
Should a past gang member be compensated?
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Gas prices are weighing heavily on Californians' minds. Is it enough to dampen their support?
Infographic by Jerry Ting.
How California's tax plans stack up.
Idaho and Alaska haven't been a main focus of Super Tuesday but could prove important.
Sen. Blunt's failed proposal might actually help Obama.
Newt Gingrich at the 2012 CPAC (photo courtesy of Creative Commons).
The Georgia primary is one of ten contests to be held on Super Tuesday.
Tennessee State Capitol (image courtsey creative commons)
The Tennessee primary to be held on Super Tuesday could go to any of the four candidates.
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Protects from unreasonable data collection
Low attendance and possible lawsuits could prove costly to the LAUSD.
Two teachers have been charged.
Two teachers have been arrested and charged.
School gets news staff.
Non-binding primary might just be for show.
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Attendance rates in LA County schools have fallen and officials are seeking a solution.
The GOP candidates at the Jan. 26 CNN debate.
Non-binding primaries are now required but remain less significant.
SB-292 could expedite the job creation process for the stadium.
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