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  • California by any other name? 10 words to describe the Golden State

    California by any other name? 10 words to describe the Golden State
    How would you describe California in a word? Reddit users were asked to choose a word that would describe each state in America. It should be no surprise that “technology” and “expensive” came to mind for many readers when they thought of California.
  • Has California's 2018 gubernatorial race already begun? Looks like.

    Has California's 2018 gubernatorial race already begun? Looks like.
    Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa hasn’t said if he’s planning to run for governor in 2018. But it sure looks like he is. He said no to the U.S. Senate seat that Barbara Boxer is vacating in 2016. So, why else would he schedule a...

    Antonio Villaraigosa landed a $1.96-million mortgage

    Antonio Villaraigosa landed a $1.96-million mortgage
    Since former L.A. mayor Antonio Villaraigosa bought a house in Hollywood Hills for about $2.5 million, readers have been asking: How can he afford this home? We do not know. But since you asked, information that has appeared in the public record is...

    U.S. Senate race fails to strike expected sparks

    U.S. Senate race fails to strike expected sparks
    The announcement came swiftly, catching many by surprise: After decades in Washington, the path-breaking U.S. senator announced she would retire after 2016. If the timing was unexpected, the response was predictable, years of pent-up ambition surging...

    Why bother voting in city elections? Here's why

    Why bother voting in city elections? Here's why
    So here's the question of the day: Do people blow off voting because they think nothing will change, or does nothing change because so many people don't bother to vote? California, and Los Angeles in particular, are not alone in recording appalling...