Robin Abcarian

Los Angeles Times

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

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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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