Report: It's Harder To Know Who's Paying For Political AdsIt's getting harder to know who is funding political advertising at the state level as more money becomes anonymous or is filtered from one political action committee to another, a new study finds.
Hillary Clinton To Attend Town Hall Discussion On Digital Content In HollywoodPresumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will be in town Tuesday to take part in a town hall discussion with digital content creators in Hollywood.
U.K. Heads For 'Brexit' With Historic Vote On Europe, British Media ProjectsAfter a hard-fought debate, voters in Britain appeared to have decided the U.K. should leave the European Union in a historic referendum, British media projected early Friday.
LA Activists Disappointed By Supreme Court Decision On ImmigrationActivists vowed to continue fighting for change in immigration policy, even as the U.S. Supreme Court announced a deadlock on President Obama’s plan to help millions living in the U.S. illegally.
$3B Bond To Improve State, Local Parks Considered For November BallotCalifornia lawmakers are proposing a nearly $3 billion November bond to pay for improvements at state and local parks.
Democrats Stage All-Day Sit-In Over GunsDemocrats refused to leave until their Republican colleagues voted on gun control measures.
$59M Plan To Outfit LAPD Officers With Body Cameras ApprovedThe Los Angeles City Council signed off Wednesday on a $59 million plan to equip Los Angeles Police Department officers with body cameras and cell phones.
Trump Fires His Campaign Manager In Dramatic Shake-UpRepublicans and Trump's children were calling for Corey Lewandowski's firing. But he says he has no regrets.
Bail Denied For UK Man Accused Of Trying To Kill TrumpMichael Sandford tried to grab an officer's gun at a rally at Treasure Island casino so he could kill trump, authorities say.
Senate Blocks 4 Gun Control Measures In Wake Of Orlando Mass ShootingThe bills would have expanded requirements for background checks on gun buyers and banned gun sales to people on terrorism watch lists.
Democratic Senator Frustrated By Inaction On Guns Begins FilibusterConnecticut Sen. Chris Murphy says he'll stay on the Senate floor "until we get some signal, some sign that we can come together."
Prosecutors: Ex-California Senator To Plead Guilty To BribeHe faces up to 20 years in prison. But prosecutors say they'd ask that he get no more than six years.

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