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Shortly after that, President Obama will leave. He is going straight away on holiday to Palm Springs in California. He's talked about his desire to get away from it all, to get some sunshine, to read and reflect, and then perhaps enter the arena again. Not going will enter back in in some capacity.
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I even met a few people who had come from California, on America's West Coast, a traditionally Democratic state. But as well as people who have come from across the country, there's a huge security presence here.
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Many people in the charter industry in places like California where the charter industry is incredibly powerful are celebrating because it means more federal money for the privatization of public schools. But she’s dangerously ignorant of everything that the US Department of Education does, as she showed in her hearing the other night. Jeff Schechtman: Even in California, it’s interesting in talking to people here about Devos and the charter movement, even people that are very active in the charter movement here are terrified about what could come out of her running the Department of Education. They’re not looking at it as entirely positive at all. Diane Ravitch: Well, there are people in the charter movement who expressed concern. I know that the Massachusetts Charter Association sent a letter opposing her nomination because what is likely to happen, and you could see that at the hearing the other day is the Democrats are pressing very hard to say any school that accepts any federal funding is going to have to accept all the federal mandates that come with the federal funding.
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Specific details are understandably thin on the ground at this point, but we know that these nine new episodes will be set in the autumn of 1984, roughly nine months after the season one Christmas-set finale. And it's exciting to know that some fans' theories have been right on the money. If you've posted theories of you're own online, maybe you're one of them... Stranger Things season 2 production Executive producer Shawn Levy has recently being chatting about the show's second run on Southern California Public Radio ( Collider heard the interview and promptly reported about it online). Asked about the pressure of putting season 2 together, here's what Levy said... "Yes, the pressure is on. It would be so blatantly disingenuous of me to say differently. It’s scary to have people love something this much. It becomes impossible to banish all thoughts of not wanting to disappoint.
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As a role model, Donald Trump said he is his role model. Could we be wrong about Donald Trump? I could always be wrong, but Ronald Reagan was governor of California. He oversaw one of the world's largest economies and really was tested there.
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Editor's note: Story compiled with Ramon Taylor in Jacumba, CA, Aru Pande in York, PA, Aline Barros in Lumberton, NC, Kane Farabaugh in Ottawa, IL, Mohamed Olad Hassan in Minneapolis, MN. On a rocky hill outside Jacumba, California — almost within earshot of the U.S.-Mexico border — two rival gas stations duel beneath a towering American flag. It is a quintessential American scene: Locals and out-of-towners fill up with gas and drive into the open desert. But this waypoint is in the shadow of the border wall, both the part that is built and the part that isn't. "People come from Mexico and take jobs that people here in the U.S. could be doing," argued Patrick, a supporter of President-elect Donald Trump and second-time Republican voter from El Centro, a nearby border town. Jairo Carcamo, an independent who referred to former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as a "sellout" and Trump "a racist," is willing to give the 45th president a chance to deliver on his do-good promises for the economy, but doubts the border wall is part of the answer.
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The Mexican drug lord, Joaquin Guzman, known as el Chapo, has been extradited to the United States. He'd previously escaped from two Mexican high security jails and was facing two extradition requests, one from California, one from Texas, where he could face the death penalty.
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By Saritha Rai Apple Inc. is willing to start making iPhones in India, but it wants a big helping hand from Narendra Modi’s government first. The Cupertino, California-based company is scheduled to meet with officials in New Delhi next week to discuss the prospects for setting up manufacturing facilities in the country this year. Apple, the most valuable company on Earth, is asking for a long list of financial concessions from India, one of the poorest countries. Among the requests, the company is seeking a 15-year tax holiday on imports of components and equipment, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter. "We would like Apple to set up base in India," Ravi Shankar Prasad, minister for information technology said on Wednesday, without disclosing the company’s negotiating stance. Apple wants to boost business in India as the country of 1.
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Fans of Childish Gambino who didn't get to go to the concept in September in Joshua Tree, California that launched the latest album called "Awaken My love" can still enjoy the experience. Gambino and...
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The Mexican drug lord, Joaquin Guzman, known as el Chapo, has been extradited to the United States. He'd previously escaped from two Mexican high security jails and was facing two extradition requests - one from California, one from Texas - where he could face the death penalty.
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By Saritha Rai Apple Inc. is willing to start making iPhones in India, but it wants a big helping hand from Narendra Modi’s government first. The Cupertino, California-based company is scheduled to meet with officials in New Delhi next week to discuss the prospects for setting up manufacturing facilities in the country this year. Apple, the most valuable company on Earth, is asking for a long list of financial concessions from India, one of the poorest countries. Among the requests, the company is seeking a 15-year tax holiday on imports of components and equipment, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter. "We would like Apple to set up base in India," Ravi Shankar Prasad, minister for information technology said on Wednesday, without disclosing the company’s negotiating stance. Apple wants to boost business in India as the country of 1.
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(NEW YORK) Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, one of the world's most notorious drug kingpins, is finally headed for a court date the United States sought for two decades while he made brazen prison escapes and spent years on the run in Mexico. Extradited Thursday to face U.S. drug trafficking and other charges, Mexico's most wanted man was expected to appear in a federal court in New York Friday, the same day Donald Trump, who has lashed out at Mexico, is inaugurated as president. The Drug Enforcement Administration flew Guzman to New York from Ciudad Juarez late Thursday, according to federal officials. The U.S. has been trying to get Guzman in a U.S. court since he was first indicted in Southern California in the early 1990s. Now in his late 50s, he faces the possibility of life in a U.S. prison under indictments in six jurisdictions around the United States, including New York, San Diego, Chicago and Miami.
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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Tommy Haas already has a job as the tournament director at the Indian Wells event in California when he finally decides to hang up his tennis racket after two decades on tour. But he's not quite ready to plunge full-time into the suit-and-tie world just yet. ...
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lauri Markkanen scored 23 points, including a rainbow 3-pointer with 33 seconds left, and No. 14 Arizona held on late in a 73-66 victory over Southern California on Thursday night. The Wildcats (17-2, 6-0 Pac-12) won their 12th consecutive game but had to hold on to ...