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BEIJING, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 04:  US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi during her visit to Beijing on September 4, 2012. (Photo by Feng Li - Pool/Getty Images)
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BEIJING, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 04: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi during her visit to Beijing on September 4, 2012. (Photo by Feng Li - Pool/Getty Images)

The impact of Hillary Clinton on women in politics, Oakland's police chief talks rethinking police engagement and rebuilding community trust, the latest sports news.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives on the West Coast today. She'll swing through the state for a series of fundraisers for her campaign.
This Thursday, hundreds of officers will attend a conference in Washington, D.C., focused on rethinking use-of-force training.
The Mayweather v. Pacquiao fight was billed as "the fight of the century," but did it really turn out to be "the dud of the century"?
If doctors know best, shouldn't they be considering ways to help cost conscious clients? Rebecca Plevin joins the show to talk about negotiating healthcare pricing.
Max Gomberg with the State Water Resources Control Board explains the details of developing the state's first mandatory water cuts.
Recycled water, often called by its less appealing moniker - toilet to tap water - has been a tough sell in California but the drought is changing attitudes.
Water bonds have long been seen as a safe bet in the investing world, but anxiety is rising with the ongoing drought in California.
Yi Li does the marketing for China Tour in Diamond Bar, and he talks about Southern California's appeal to Chinese visitors.
'Whenever I am feeling particularly sluggish, there is one musician I turn to... to get me up and going. He has never let me down.' Who's Alex Cohen talking about?
The Catholic Church wants to make Junípero Serra, the controversial Spanish Franciscan friar who was a driving force behind the California missions, a saint.
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