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It was a week of significant national, state, and city political developments. What might they mean on Election Day? Hear the "Playing Politics" analysis from writers Lori Sturdevant and Patricia Lopez and host John Rash.
Immigration isn't our main concern; jobs are, and on that count, he's our man. That's not all.
… and, in a sense, may. He likes the policies, he likes the prospect of a distracted America and he doesn't like the opponent.
Despite lack of evidence, he questions election legitimacy.
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City should be applauded for appealing decision on $15 minimum wage.
The officer was reinstated last week, although the investigation continues.
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He's got Clinton's ear. He's got Trump's … time. Well, I'd be wary, based on Kissinger's actual record.