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  • Alaska Senate race becomes most expensive campaign in state's history

    Alaska Senate race becomes most expensive campaign in state's history
    The local official introducing the candidate eventually got around to the point — Sen. Mark Begich, standing up for Alaskans, get out the vote — but first he lit into the Koch brothers and what he described as money's power to warp politics....
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: Saturday Night Live

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 2 - 8, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Doctor Who As the Doctor and Missy (Peter...
  • Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests

    Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., will be a guest this weekend on NBC's "Meet the Press, CBS' "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union." The Sunday guest list: Mitt Romney and Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., are guests on "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on...
  • Obama's best chance to influence the judiciary may be passing

    Obama's best chance to influence the judiciary may be passing
    When 41-year-old gay rights lawyer Michelle Friedland was confirmed by the Senate in April to the federal bench in San Francisco, Democrats cheered that a liberal woman would become the youngest federal appeals court judge in the nation. But when a...
  • From CNN's 'Magic Wall' to Fox News' 'Bill-board,' Cable News Gears Up For Election Night

    Trying to keep up with the latest election results Tuesday night? You can look to your favorite news site or TV network, of course, but you can also look to the skies of Manhattan. As part of a flashy stunt put into place by CNN, the lights of the...
  • Weary N.C. voters ready to decide nation's most expensive Senate race

    Weary N.C. voters ready to decide nation's most expensive Senate race
    John Haviland had two thoughts when he woke up Tuesday: One, it was election day, and he had to make time to vote. Two, thank God for the end of the political ad war. “I’m just glad it’s over,” said Haviland, a Charlotte resident...
  • From Nate Silver to Jay Carney, more election coverage, less insight

    From Nate Silver to Jay Carney, more election coverage, less insight
    There is more media than ever covering American political life. And with each major election, the coverage seems to get worse – or, at least, more confused and misguided. That is certainly the story of national media performance in Tuesday’s...
  • Readers blame Koch brothers et al., fellow voters for election results

    Readers blame Koch brothers et al., fellow voters for election results
    Voters in California once again elected Democrats to fill every statewide office -- even for contests in which party affiliation was largely irrelevant and the Republicans mounted strong campaigns -- deepening the Golden State's blue political hue....
  • Two more years of gridlock in Washington

    To the editor: Paraphrasing Harry Truman, slightly: The electorate put in place the next do-less-than-nothing Congress. ("Republicans seize control of U.S. Senate," Nov. 4) With all the accolades being bestowed on incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch...
  • Roundup: A restored Adam, LACMA's big gift, new museum for O.C.

    Three prominent Mexican film directors have called out their government on the issue of the 43 disappeared students, a San Diego architect takes on Sen. Ted Cruz and border policy and protesters hit the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Plus: There are plans...
  • John Kass: Opportunity knocking for GOP -- but will party leaders squander it?

    Wasn't it just yesterday that President Barack Obama extended his arms like some Hollywood Moses, promising his election would calm the seas and heal the planet? But now the October winds have blown the messiah off the man. And November's midterm...