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Chicago TribuneLOS ANGELES - The leadership of the AFL-CIO and California's largest labor organization asked Democratic officials yesterday not to run in the state's recall election, a boost to Gov. Gray Davis' goal of keeping fellow Democrats off the ballot to...
Associated PressSAN DIEGO - A federal judge struck down a portion of California's recall law yesterday, but the ruling will not stop the Oct. 7 election to remove Gov. Gray Davis. It will only change the way the balloting is done. U.S. District Judge Barry Moskowitz...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - By leaping with full force into the race to remove California's governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger resolved the mystery of whether he would be a candidate. Now the question is: Can he win? Yes, according to major-party strategists and...
Associated PressSAN FRANCISCO - A week before the election, independent candidate Arianna Huffington dropped out of the California recall race yesterday, saying it was her best hope of preventing Arnold Schwarzenegger from becoming governor. "I'm pulling out and I'm...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES - Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former Mr. Universe who became a millionaire superstar in Hollywood action movies, announced yesterday that he would run for governor of California, setting the stage for a tumultuous two-month campaign to unseat...
New members for indie teen comedy 'Geography Club': Production starts this week on young adult novel-based picVarietyCameron Deane Stewart, Justin Deeley, Andrew Caldwell, Allie Gonino, Meaghan Martin, Ally Maki and Nikki Blonsky are starring in indie teen comedy "Geography Club." Production began this week on "Geography Club," based on Brent Hartinger's young adult...
In 1987, then-Mayor Dianne Feinstein set off a civic soap opera in San Francisco, performing a public Hamlet act in weighing whether to seek the congressional seat made vacant by the death of Rep. Sala Burton, widow of legendary congressman Phil Burton....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBrushing aside criticisms of its cost and potential flaws, Gov. Pete Wilson on Monday signed what he called the toughest and most sweeping criminal sentencing law in the state's history, the "three strikes" bill that is aimed at putting habitual felons...
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