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Mayor Eric Garcetti Throws His Support Behind McDonnell In LA County Sheriff’s Race

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will join a long list of local and state officials in endorsing Long Beach police Chief Jim McDonnell for Los Angeles County sheriff.


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CBS2 Investigates: LA Sheriff Endorsement Controversy

L.A. Sheriff Lee Baca pulled his endorsement Monday for a vitamin company after CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein questioned him about the company’s contribution to Baca’s political campaign.


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Ex-LA Mayoral Candidate Releases Text Messages From Wendy Greuel In Wake Of Attack Ad

Former Los Angeles Republican mayoral candidate Kevin James is fighting back against an attack ad released by Wendy Greuel in an unconventional way.

CBS2 / KCAL9–05/01/2013

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Former Rival Kevin James Endorses Eric Garcetti For LA Mayor

Republican attorney and former mayoral candidate Kevin James announced Tuesday that he has decided to back Councilman Eric Garcetti’s campaign for mayor.

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Garcetti, Greuel Rack Up Big-Name Endorsements

On the heels of picking up an endorsement from former President Bill Clinton, LA Mayoral hopeful Wendy Greuel Thursday also received the support of LA Laker, Dodgers co-owner and LA businessman Earvin “Magic” Johnson.


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David Beckham Racked Up $24.9M From Endorsement Deals

David Beckham’s income from personal sponsorship deals rose 30 percent last year, signaling the enduring strength of the Los Angeles Galaxy player’s brand appeal.


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FDA Panel Votes Against Avastin For Breast Cancer Treatment

In a decision that could affect millions of women, a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel found that the best-selling cancer drug in the world should not be used on breast cancer patients.


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Still Winning? Charlie Sheen Earns Cash For His ‘Tweets’

It isn’t just “tiger blood” fueling Charlie Sheen’s tweeting: There’s a new world of social media advertising hidden behind his micro-blogging, too.

CBS2 / KCAL9–03/08/2011