Adam Nagourney

Los Angeles-based national political reporter for the New York Times

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Los Angeles Bureau Chief, and former chief political correspondent, for the New York Times

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. co-opted his uncle’s famous 1960 campaign ad for a Super Bowl spot . Many members of his family aren’t happy about it .

RFK, Jr. calls back to JFK’s presidential campaign in Super Bowl ad

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. co-opted his uncle’s famous 1960 campaign ad for a Super Bowl spot . Many members of his family aren’t happy about it .

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The New York Times yesterday published a front page story that portrayed Southern California as a place of aimless urban sprawl, no civic institutions, and a newspaper in turmoil.

New York Times draws fury for explaining LA to Angelenos

The New York Times yesterday published a front page story that portrayed Southern California as a place of aimless urban sprawl, no civic institutions, and a newspaper in turmoil.

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The House is expected to vote    tomorrow    on the Republican tax plan.

How the GOP tax plan could affect Californians

The House is expected to vote tomorrow on the Republican tax plan.

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