Michael Fletcher

Washington Post

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Yesterday, Baltimore saw protesters, cleanup crews and even dance troops — a far cry from Monday night's rioting. The National Guard is still on the streets.

Divided Baltimore — Is It America?

Yesterday, Baltimore saw protesters, cleanup crews and even dance troops — a far cry from Monday night's rioting. The National Guard is still on the streets.

from To the Point

A third month of  sluggish growth  produced just 80,000 new jobs in June, and unemployment seems stuck at 8.2 percent.

Static Unemployment Rate and Flat Jobs Numbers

A third month of sluggish growth produced just 80,000 new jobs in June, and unemployment seems stuck at 8.2 percent.

from To the Point

With state budgets facing massive shortfalls, several Republican Governors are demanding concessions from public employee unions.

Are Republican Governors Union Busting?

With state budgets facing massive shortfalls, several Republican Governors are demanding concessions from public employee unions.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Ahead of an election, LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey has moved to dismiss 66,000 cannabis-related convictions here.

from KCRW Features

From impeachment acquittal to taking revenge.

from Left, Right & Center

It’s been only days since the president was acquitted in the impeachment trial.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Texts, documents and a Ritz-Carlton Vienna notepad

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

House prosecutors marched to the Senate today, where Adam Schiff, House Intelligence Chairman and the trial’s lead prosecutor, read aloud the two charges against Trump.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

And some other important questions too.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Ken and Josh return from a newsy holiday break.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

More reported cases of novel coronavirus are popping up outside mainland China. More than 350 people have died. Health experts are warning of a pandemic.

from Greater LA