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Calif. lawmaker's new bill: 100% clean energy

Bill would require California to hit 50% renewable energy by 2025, 100% by 2045.         

February 20 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Hickenlooper won't rule out 2020 bid

Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper refused to rule out Monday a presidential run in 2020, telling CNN's Erin Burnett "there's going to be a lot of ...

February 20 CNN POLITICS

Ivanka Trump Calls for Tolerance After Threats on Jewish Centers

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump this month at the White House. Ms. Trump converted to Judaism before marrying Mr. Kushner.

February 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

White House denounces threats to Jewish centers

The White House on Monday denounced a spate of threats made against Jewish Community Centers around the country.

February 20 CNN POLITICS

Oroville crisis highlights risky dams, spotty inspections around U.S.

For five years, the 10,000 residents of Newport, Ore., have known the reservoir that stores their drinking water is unsafe.         

February 20 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

20% of dams in populated areas lack emergency plan

As the nation's 84,000 dams continue to age, a growing number of people downstream are at risk, experts say.         

February 20 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Kasich tentatively slated to meet with Trump

Ohio Gov. John Kasich is slated to meet with President Donald Trump at the White House on Friday, three sources familiar with the plan told CNN Tuesday.

February 20 CNN POLITICS

Rep. Jordan confronts protesters but finds no common ground

Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan acknowledged protesters outside two events in his home district Monday -- a break with many other Capitol Hill colleagues who ...

February 20 CNN POLITICS

Contradicting Trump on Russia: Russian Officials

President Trump at a news conference Thursday. “I have nothing to do with Russia,” he told reporters. “To the best of my knowledge, no person that I deal with ...

February 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

For-Profit Schools, an Obama Target, See New Day Under Trump

Donald J. Trump at the announcement of the establishment of Trump University in 2005. As president-elect, he paid $25 million to settle three lawsuits against ...

February 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

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