Cathleen Decker

Los Angeles Times

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Deputy National Editor, Political Editor and writer for the Los Angeles Times

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It’s May Day, and that means another day for protests. Since Donald Trump became president, there have been many demonstrations.

On this May Day, a look at protests since Trump's election

It’s May Day, and that means another day for protests. Since Donald Trump became president, there have been many demonstrations.

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California's Democratic Party  will convene tomorrow night in Los Angeles to hear speeches and endorse candidates in this year's elections.

Is California's Democratic Party Keeping Up with Voters?

California's Democratic Party will convene tomorrow night in Los Angeles to hear speeches and endorse candidates in this year's elections.

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Barack Obama Back in Los Angeles

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