Robin Abcarian

Los Angeles Times

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For nearly 40 years, someone named Hunter has represented a conservative congressional district north of San Diego. Duncan Hunter has served there since 2009.

Despite being under indictment, Duncan Hunter leads in the polls

For nearly 40 years, someone named Hunter has represented a conservative congressional district north of San Diego. Duncan Hunter has served there since 2009.

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The LA Times has suffered through ownership changes, budget cuts, and newsroom layoffs.

How will the LA Times cover City Hall from El Segundo?

The LA Times has suffered through ownership changes, budget cuts, and newsroom layoffs.

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Following James Comey’s testimony, a handful of columns were published comparing James Comey to a victim of sexual harassment.

Parallels between James Comey's testimony and sexual harassment case

Following James Comey’s testimony, a handful of columns were published comparing James Comey to a victim of sexual harassment.

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