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President Obama will address the nation tomorrow night to explain his new strategy for dealing with the Islamic State.

Is Media Coverage Feeding a War Fever?

President Obama will address the nation tomorrow night to explain his new strategy for dealing with the Islamic State.

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Bradley Manning Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy

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from To the Point

If you're frustrated by the limited number of issues in this year's presidential campaign, you are not alone.

The Missing Issues in the Presidential Campaign

If you're frustrated by the limited number of issues in this year's presidential campaign, you are not alone.

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The coronavirus pandemic exposes collapsing medical systems around the world, as well as weaknesses  with health care in the United States.

from To the Point

Hot weather drove many Angelenos to the beach over the weekend, despite admonitions to stay home.

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It’s been a big week for Donald Trump legal news, starting with some major news with Michael Flynn.

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In the debut episode of The Legal Eagle Files, KCRW host and journalist Madeleine Brand talks with law professor Jessica Levinson about how much the government can limit individual…

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Economist Ellen Brown sheds light on the intricacies of an economic system that is being unmasked by the government’s pandemic response.

from Scheer Intelligence

At the beginning of the week, President Trump said his authority was total. Now, he’s saying it's the governors' call when to reopen the economy.

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Los Angeles is in the middle of a highly contested race for one of the most powerful law enforcement jobs in the country: the county district attorney.  Incumbent Jackie Lacey faces a…

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Like a stay-at-home order but with no grocery store trips and you have to wear an ankle monitor

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

San Diego politician Peter Navarro harnessed the power of accusation in his rise to the top

from Zócalo's Connecting California