Mark Barabak

Los Angeles Times

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State and national politics writer for the Los Angeles Times

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Best known as Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti is flirting with the 2020 presidential race.

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There's new evidence for what had been considered an unlikely prediction by Bernie Sanders, that “on Tuesday we are going to win the primary here in California” Today, the…

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It's Super Tuesday tomorrow for the Democrats as well as the Republicans. What's at stake for Bernie Sanders after a crushing defeat this weekend in South Carolina?

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It's Super Tuesday tomorrow for the Democrats as well as the Republicans. What's at stake for Bernie Sanders after a crushing defeat this weekend in South Carolina?

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