All of California’s GOP House members voted to pass the Republican healthcare bill

After intense days of pressure from constituents and House leaders, all 14 California House Republican joined their colleagues Thursday to vote for a GOP roll back of the Affordable Care Act. Here’s all their votes: The act, which government estimates have said could lead to 24 million fewer Americans with health insurance and substantially affect both those on Medicaid and with employer provided insurance, passed the House 217-213.

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8 million people could be deported under Trump’s immigration order

When President Trump ordered a vast overhaul of immigration law enforcement during his first week in office, he stripped away most restrictions on who should be deported, opening the door for roundups and detentions on a scale not seen in nearly a decade.

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Rams must push Jeff Fisher from the hot seat and out the door

Against all odds, in a city that embraced them, with fans who loved them, in a stadium that showcases them, the impossible has happened. The return of the Rams has officially become an embarrassment. A Hollywood reunion that couldn’t go wrong has blown up in bits of carpeted red.

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Gov. Jerry Brown warns Trump that California won’t back down on climate change

Gov. Jerry Brown said Californians should do their part in helping unify the country after the surprise election of President-elect Donald Trump, but also insists the state will “stay true” to its principles.

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He has always been there for fans, and now writer Joe Resnick receives honors he earned

He spent his life perched in the corner of the Dodgers’ press box, behind a Staples Center press table, on a dugout bench, in a locker-room scrum, squarely in the middle of the Los Angeles sports landscape. But for all of his 32 years on the job, Joe Resnick wondered if anybody knew he was there.

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Trump backers tweet #repealthe19th after polls show he’d win if only men voted

As polls show that Donald Trump would overwhelmingly win if only men were allowed to vote, the GOP nominee’s supporters have spawned a new Twitter hashtag: #repealthe19th. That’s a reference to the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

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California, you’ve got less than a month to register to vote

Before California’s primary, more than 17.9 million Californians were registered to vote. It was the largest number of voters ever headed into a primary, but despite high hopes, just more than 8.5 million voted. Not exactly record-breaking. If you want to make your voice heard in this election, you’ve got until Oct.

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Scope of Trump’s falsehoods unprecedented for a modern presidential candidate

Donald Trump says that taxes in the United States are higher than almost anywhere else on earth. They’re not. He says he opposed the Iraq war from the start. He didn’t. Now, after years of spreading the lie that President Obama was born in Africa, Trump says that Hillary Clinton did it first ( untrue) and that he’s the one who put the controversy to rest (also untrue).

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Hillary Clinton would make a sober, smart and pragmatic president. Donald Trump would be a catastrophe.

American voters have a clear choice on Nov. 8. We can elect an experienced, thoughtful and deeply knowledgeable public servant or a thin-skinned demagogue who is unqualified and unsuited to be president. Donald J. Trump, a billionaire businessman and television personality, is the latter.

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‘Birth of a Nation’ actress Gabrielle Union: I cannot take Nate Parker rape allegations lightly

Twenty-four years ago I was raped at gunpoint in the cold, dark backroom of the Payless shoe store where I was then working. Two years ago I signed on to a brilliant script called “The Birth of a Nation,” to play a woman who was raped.

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