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Hackers associated with the Chinese government have repeatedly infiltrated the computer systems of U. S. airlines, technology companies and other contractors involved in the movement of U. S. troops and military equipment, a U. S. Senate panel has found. The Senate Armed Services Committee’s year
With the November election drawing closer daily, Sacramento City Councilman Kevin McCarty told reporters and editors in The Bee’s Capitol Bureau why he is running for the state Assembly. Below are some excerpts from our conversation.
Sacramento City Councilman Kevin McCarty is running for the Assembly against fellow Democrat Steve Cohn.
Republican Rep. Dave Reichert, a former sheriff from Washington state, wants to make sure that poor people don’t spend their welfare benefits on marijuana.
Republican Rep. Dave Reichert of Washington state
CALIFORNIA Thousands evacuate homes in wake of fire A California wildfire racing through the Eldorado National Forest on Wednesday had grown to threaten more than 1,600 homes, forcing more than 2,000 people to evacuate ahead of the flames, officials said. Read full article >>
David Perdue, the Republican running for Senate in Georgia, doesn’t seem too bothered that he’s upset a member of the Bush family. Neil Bush, son and brother of former Bush presidents, skewered Perdue on Tuesday after the Republican sealed a campaign endorsement from George H. W. Bush. Read full article >>
Fox News acknowledged that a voter ID law may prevent people from casting votes while discussing the upcoming gubernatorial elections in Wisconsin -- despite the network's sustained campaign to deny the negative repercussions these laws have on voting.
On September 12, the 7th District U. S. Court of Appeals dissolved an injunction blocking the state of Wisconsin from implementing voter ID laws that required voters to show photo identification in order to cast their votes.