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The California Teachers Association, one of Sacramento’s most powerful interest groups, is heading into an extraordinary year with decisions on the ballot, in the Capitol and in the courts holding the potential to affect its clout for many years to
MACON, Georgia — Donald Trump says he isn’t joking anymore.
The front-running GOP presidential candidate, who often has crowds laughing during his rallies, threatened to change his joking-style because it results in him being misrepresented — both in the press and in attack ads from his opponents.
“They take two second snippets,” he exclaimed before settling back into his usual style, comedy included.
But that’s not the only threat Trump levied.
The Nightly Show's Larry Wilmore gave the Republican presidential candidates and Fox "News" the treatment they deserved after this week's shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.
Wilmore opened up the show this Monday by playing a portion of Fox & Friends from over the holiday weekend, where dunce Brian Kilmeade asked Harris Faulkner if she makes Kool-Aid to go with her holiday meals.
From Staff ReportsGov. Mary Fallin and state Schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister joined more than 700 students from across the state Monday for the lighting of the Capitol Christmas tree.
The tree, a replica of a Douglas fir, has more than 2,500 energy-saving LED lights, according to a news release from the governor's office.
The evening event also featured storytelling, music, refreshments and a visit from Santa Claus.
Before the tree lights went on, students decorated 26 small Christmas trees placed inside the Capitol.