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The Treasury Department’s decision to place Harriet Tubman on the face of the $20 bill carries special significance for my family, given that our lineage extends back to my great great-great uncle, the fiery abolitionist John Brown.
If Sonoma County is at a crossroads on homelessness, Pete Mogannam of 4th Street Deli and Market has the best view of it.
In an episode from the final season of “The West Wing,” a journalist asks Republican presidential candidate Arnold Vinick (played by Alan Alda) about a rumor that a flag was burned in the White House at a birthday party for the president’s daughter.
Donald Trump may be many things, but a genial optimist isn’t one of them.
Super PACs, like candidates themselves, must identify their donors in periodic reports filed with the Federal Election Commission. There’s no such transparency with 'dark money.'
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