Noah Bierman

staff writer for the LA Times

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times; former reporter for the Boston Globe

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In Las Vegas today, construction began on a train that would get travelers from Rancho Cucamonga in San Bernardino County to the Las Vegas strip in about two hours.

Rancho Cucamonga to Vegas: Will high-speed rail be done in 4 years?

In Las Vegas today, construction began on a train that would get travelers from Rancho Cucamonga in San Bernardino County to the Las Vegas strip in about two hours.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Republicans hold the White House and both houses of Congress, and President Trump says big things are happening. But, so far, they’re not.

All pomp and circumstance with Trump's declarations?

Republicans hold the White House and both houses of Congress, and President Trump says big things are happening. But, so far, they’re not.

from To the Point

Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield made it official today. He wants the Speakership, when John Boehner gives up the job at the end of next month.

What a "Speaker" McCarthy Would Mean for California

Republican Congressman Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield made it official today. He wants the Speakership, when John Boehner gives up the job at the end of next month.

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