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The Clinton’s pulled the hard drives from their now famous server and replaced then with the new technology prior to sale.

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InlandPolitics: Opinion: Blurred lines and backslapping


Tuesday, April 14, 2015 – 09:30 a.m.

San Bernardino County, California’s warped political and governmental structure is finally coming at a cost.

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By Bettina Boxall
April 13, 2015

Southern California’s water wholesaler Tuesday is poised to impose a 15% cut in water deliveries to local cities and water districts, a move that would bolster Gov. Jerry Brown’s aggressive statewide conservation effort in the fourth year of withering drought.

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Man whose police beating was caught on tape: I’ll sue

By M. Alex Johnson and Hallie Jackson
April 13, 2015

Francis Pusok, the California man seen on video being beaten by San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies after he stole a horse last week, told NBC News on Monday that he was handcuffed during “99 percent” of the pummeling and unable to protect himself.

Then, after the beating was ending, Pusok says a deputy whispered in his ear: “This isn’t over.”

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Daily Press: Out on bail, Pusok in high demand


Suspect in horse chase due in court June 16.

By Shea Johnson
Staff Writer
Posted Apr. 13, 2015 at 9:06 AM
Updated Apr 13, 2015 at 6:57 PM

APPLE VALLEY — Outside the home where Francis Pusok is staying, a carry-out pizza was left on what appeared to be a tool rack or scaffolding on the porch.

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John Scott

Sachi Hamai, right, then-executive officer to the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors, administers the oath of office to interim Sheriff John Scott on Jan. 30, 2014. Hamai is now the county’s interim chief executive officer and Scott has been replaced by Sheriff Jim McDonnell. (Allen J. Schaben)

By Abby Sewell
April 13, 2014

Los Angeles County officials plan to spend more than $100 million over the next year to reduce abuses in the county’s crowded jails, improve treatment of mentally ill inmates and divert others with mental health issues from entering lockups.

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Marco Rubio

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio on Tuesday announced he will seek the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster

By Jose A. DelReal
April 13 at 6:30 PM

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s announcement Monday that he will seek the 2016 GOP presidential nomination makes him the fourth major candidate to announce a White House bid in the last three weeks — and he could be the last big candidate to join the fray until late May.

Here’s what we know about several candidates’ timelines:

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