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They stood in a line that stretched for blocks around the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, eager for a glimpse of the star attraction: a sometimes cantankerous 73-year-old with unruly white hair and a populist message.

"Feel the Bern!" they chanted. "Bernie! Bernie!"

The object of their desire was Bernie Sanders, a presidential candidate whom pundits give no chance of winning the nomination but who has touched a nerve in what has otherwise been a low-key Democratic contest.
They stood in a line that stretched for blocks around the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, eager for a glimpse of the star attraction: a sometimes cantankerous 73-year-old with unruly white hair and a populist message.
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Hillary Clinton sees a different California than her husband once did: http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/la-na-clintons-in-california-20150617-story.html
When Bill Clinton arrived in California for the state's 1992 Democratic primary he was a considerable underdog. ;
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The battle for control of the Senate won't conclude until November 2016, but decisions made this year in a few key states could go a long way toward deciding the outcome.

In contests in which open seats can be won or a vulnerable incumbent toppled, this is the period when parties focus on a single issue: recruitment of candidates.
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Marijuana laws pose dilemma for Republican presidential hopefuls
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie 's response in a recent radio interview to a question about legal marijuana was in keeping with his tough-on-crime persona.
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For New Hampshire's Republican Party, the swarm of likely presidential candidates about to blanket the state has been preceded by another much-appreciated influx: money.

There was the recent contribution of $10,000 from Jeb Bush's leadership political action committee, Right to Rise, ahead of a visit this week to the Granite State, his first since announcing he is exploring a run for the White House. Months earlier, $5,000 each came from leadership PACs established by Republican Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Marco Rubio of Florida, two other presidential prospects eager to make friends in the state that will hold the first 2016 primary.
For New Hampshire's Republican Party, the swarm of likely presidential candidates about to blanket the state has been preceded by another much-appreciated influx: money.
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Donald Trump's immigration stance divides, inflames and inspires
For Mark Ulatowski, the opportunity to see Donald Trump — brash, fiery and unapologetic as ever — was well worth the three-hour drive north from his home near the U.S.-Mexico border.
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For Charleston shooting victims, Emanuel AME Church was their bond: http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-clementa-pinckney-20150618-story.html
It was a weekly meeting at the historic black church on Charleston's Calhoun Street. Mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers huddled inside Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on a humid Wednesday night for Bible study, led by Pastor Clementa C. Pinckney.
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As  the number of candidates seeking the Republican nomination nears a dozen, with more to come, the calendar of primaries has drawn increased attention, with party strategists trying to determine which contests will begin to winnow the field.
As the number of candidates seeking the Republican nomination nears a dozen, with more to come, the calendar of primaries has drawn increased attention, with party strategists trying to determine which contests will begin to winnow the field.
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Who gets a seat at GOP debates? 'It's going to be a mess'
Even in today's Republican Party there's such a thing as being too much of a long shot.
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The field of Republican presidential candidates has increased -- and grown more diverse -- as Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson announced what will be long-shot bids for the White House.
The field of Republican presidential candidates has increased -- and grown more diverse -- as Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson announced what will be long-shot ;bids for the White House.
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A border war has broken out between Colorado, where recreational pot is legal, and its neighbors, Nebraska and Oklahoma, where it is not. Is it legit or pure politics? 
On the front door of the 20,000-square-foot marijuana dispensary here is a laminated sign warning every customer: "It is illegal to sell or transport marijuana to another state."
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