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Voters Converge On Districts Of 3 GOP Officials To Show Support For Obamacare"We’re scared. I'm terrified. I have not been active since save the whales, save the redwoods," said Elaine West.
Tustin Mother Fighting For Her Life After Contracting FluThe 39-year-old woman was diagnosed with the flu, which progressed to pneumonia.
Donors Beware! More Scammers Are Targeting Crowdfunding SitesAt least three accounts have been set up on GoFundMe under Boyer's name. It is not clear if they are scams.
Police Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Accused Of Killing Woman Holding 2-Year-Old Son In El SerenoPolice are looking for a hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a woman as she carried her 2-year-old son across a street in El Sereno Wednesday night.
Congresswoman Chu Invites Iranian Student Impacted By Travel Ban To Trump's Address To CongressSara Yarjani, a 35-year old Iranian graduate student, is currently studying at the California Institute for Human Science in Encinitas.


Family Of Man Who Drowned In Demi Moore's Swimming Pool SuingThe victim's parents are seeking unspecified damages in the wrongful-death lawsuit.
Judge Sides With IMDb, Halts Actor Age LawThe California law restricts IMDb from posting actors’ ages.
Judge Orders Chris Brown To Stay Away From Ex-Girlfriend Karrueche TranA judge has ordered R&B singer Chris Brown to stay away from his ex-girlfriend after she accused him of repeatedly threatening her.
Film Historian, Former Time Movie Critic Richard Schickel Dead At 84For nearly 60 years his name was synonymous with film criticism and the arts.
Hollywood Street Closures Start Sunday Ahead Of Next Weekend's OscarsStreet closures will begin Sunday in Hollywood in advance of next weekend's Oscars ceremony.
Oscar Preps To Close Several Hollywood StreetsStreets around the Dolby Theater will be closed beginning Sunday so crews can begin erecting bleachers and making way for the red carpet.


Snap Values Itself at Up To $22B Ahead Of IPOSnap Inc. is valuing the company at up to $22 billion as it prepares for the tech industry's biggest initial public offering in years.
Anthem-Cigna Health Insurance Merger Rejected By JudgeU.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Wednesday said the merger would significantly reduce competition in the already concentrated insurance market, particularly for large national employers.
Trump Policies Could Be More Benefit Than Burden For CaliforniaThe presidential election has thrown California’s economic future into turmoil, but maybe for the better, according to the UCLA Anderson Forecast released Tuesday.
Local Stores Offer Deals Ahead Of Small Business SaturdaySome locally owned stores were also slashing prices ahead of Small Business Saturday.
AOL To Cut 500 Jobs To Focus On Video, Mobile GrowthAOL is cutting about 500 jobs, or 8 percent of its workforce, as it trims back following some deals and focuses on mobile, video and data.
How To Get That Six-Figure Salary Without A 4-Year DegreeCollege is one of the biggest investments most people will ever make. Many community colleges and trade schools offer cheaper avenues to that six-figure salary.


OC Senator Removed After Criticizing Late LawmakerJanet Nguyen refused to stop her speech criticizing Tom Hayden for his role in the anti-Vietnam War movement.
An Up-Close Look At U.S./Mexico Border Where Trump Proposes To Build WallMost of the 60-mile border along San Diego County has only one layer of fencing. Only 13 miles have two layers.
Department Of Homeland Security Drafts Guidelines Aimed At ImmigrantsA pair of memoranda signed by DHS Secretary John Kelly outline the plans under consideration.
Trump Administration To Revise Travel BanIt does not want a larger appellate panel to review a ruling keeping its travel ban on hold.
Judge Grants Injunction Against Trump Travel Ban In VirginiaTrump's promises to implement what came to be known as a "Muslim ban" provide evidence that the current executive order unconstitutionally targets Muslims, the judge writes.
National Security Adviser Michael Flynn ResignsThe resignation comes following reports that Flynn discussed U.S. sanctions with a Russian envoy before Trump's inauguration.


Some Doctors Prescribe Food Instead Of Pills To Treat Certain PatientsThe physicians take their patients grocery shopping to help treat their illnesses.
Cold Weather Alert Issued For Mountains, ValleysA cold weather alert has been issued for the mountains and Santa Clarita and Antelope valley areas of Los Angeles County.
Santa Monica School Cancels Activities In Effort To Stop Spreading Norovirus"I like that the school is being proactive," said a father.
Whittier Woman Serves As Surrogate Of Twins For Sister Who Had CancerThe twins were born on Tuesday at PIH Health hospital in Whittier.
Exercise May Not Be Completely Linked To Weight Loss, Study FindsA study conducted at Loyola University found that weight loss isn't directly tied to exercise.
Women Wear Red To Raise Awareness About Heart DiseaseHeart disease is the leading killer of women, according to the American Heart Association.

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In rare appearance, Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon speaks at CPACPresident Trump speaks to the annual Conservative Political Action Conference Friday. On Thursday his chief strategist, Steve Bannon, who rarely speaks in public, appeared at CPAC with chief of staff Reince Priebus to bash reporters and push the president's agenda. Chip Reid reports.
White House backpedals on Trump's immigration commentsPresident Trump calling deportations a "military operation" comes days after the administration's release of new deportation guidelines. Meanwhile in Mexico, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly sought to dial back Mr. Trump's statement. Major Garrett reports.
Eye Opener: Trump's top aides present a united frontIn rare public remarks, President Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, trumpeted the president's agenda at CPAC. Also, police in Malaysia say the half-brother of North Korea's dictator was killed by VX, an extremely dangerous nerve agent developed for chemical warfare. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Un-professional protesters; Trump in the House; Immigration guidelinesWe meet some of the people speaking out at tumultuous town halls, and see how law enforcement is applying new immigration guidelines
Sheriff on enforcing new immigration guidelines: "We have our plate full"CBS News goes directly to the front lines of the nation’s border wars to see how local law enforcement in Arizona is handling the issue
Two kids in car hit in drive-by shooting, killing one, police sayBakersfield, Calif. police say the other was rushed to hospital with moderate injuries

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VX nerve agent used to kill N. Korean dictator's half-brother, police sayPolice in Malaysia say the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was killed by VX, an extremely dangerous nerve agent developed for chemical warfare. Surveillance video shows the attack last week on Kim Jong Nam by two women at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Adriana Diaz reports.
Nerve agent found on face of N. Korea leader's assassinated half brother, police sayStatement from the inspector general of police in Malaysia said a preliminary analysis identified the agent at “VX NERVE AGENT"
"Wireless" tech brings new hope for pacemaker patientsAbout 30-percent of people with pacemakers have trouble with their devices. Experts say it's often due to the wires attached to the pacemaker. Now, new "wireless" technology is giving some patients a new lease on life. Teri Okita reports from London.
A look inside the U.S. role in the battle for MosulAs U.S.-backed Iraqi forces gear up for their final push to liberate Mosul from ISIS, David Martin got a behind-the-scenes look at the American operation to provide support from the air.
French far-right presidential candidate praises TrumpFrench far-right presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen​, who is leading the latest opinion polls ahead of the spring election, says she thinks U.S. President Trump's actions so far are good for France
Refugees crossing Canadian border for asylumRefugees affected by the Trump travel ban, and fearing new bans, are trying to cross the U.S.-Canada border to seek asylum in Canada. CBS News digital journalist Alex Pena has more on the situation.

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