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On the day he accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine roiled Republican nominee Donald Trump in a big introduction to a broad audience at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

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No one except Ryan Murphy and his inner sanctum of ghouls know what the upcoming sixth season of

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† If Hillary Clinton defeats Donald Trump in the November election, which I still think is more likely than not, she might end up saving the Republican Party from itself. Follow me here as I unveil what I consider a possible scenario: In the past...

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In the wild wild west of Reddit, some users complained over the forum's moderated format ahead of Trump's "ask me anything" event in the waning hours of a Wednesday in which he stole headlines from the Democrats by proposing Russia should release a...

Updated at 6:41 PM

Peter MacNicol was an Emmy nominee for a fleeting six days. Last week, the Television Academy revoked his...

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Saying goodbye is never easy but the time has come for longtime Daily Press staffer Martial Haprov to move on to another adventure. Haprov, who has been the editor of the Hesperia Star and Apple Valley Review weekly newspapers since 2009,...

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With all the turmoil in the world, events like National Night Out are needed now more than ever, according to Karen Hunt, crime prevention officer for the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. On Aug. 2, American citizens will join...

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With Joe Biden's speech on the third day at the Democratic National Convention primed to assist with current efforts by leading officials to unite the party, it's worth taking a look at why he remains such an influential figure more than four...

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Nearly nine years ago, Angie Callahan offered me a position designing graphics for the Daily Press.

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Donald Trump shocked political observers on Wednesday when heinvited Russian hackers to find and publish Hillary Clinton's emails, and a senior spokesman for the Republican presidential nominee soon took to Twitter to do damage control.

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