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- Close to Home: Berryessa Snow Mountain should be a national monument
- Robinson: A victory for the Cuban people
- PD Editorial: Bring better science to dam management
Readers comments on Dianne Feinstein, sheltering the homeless and more
During his tenure President Barack Obama has designated 13 national monuments, and the next one on his list should be California’s Berryessa Snow Mountain.
Despite the loss of his son, Herb Williams has not stopped giving back — as demonstrated by the rare award he received this month.
The word on Elizabeth Warren — the Democratic Massachusetts senator who fomented the opposition last week to a rollback of financial regulations in the bill funding the government — is that she’s the left’s answer to shut-‘em-down Ted Cruz.
President Barack Obama simply acknowledged the obvious. The Cold War approach didn’t work. A different strategy — engagement — is long overdue.
A year ago at Christmas, visitors were invited to imagine what an abandoned hospital could mean for local kids living in cars and under bridges.
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