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Steve Mnuchin: Everything you need to know about the new Treasury secretary
Former Goldman Sachs executive and hedge fund CEO Steve Mnuchin was confirmed as the new Secretary of the Treasury Monday by a 53-47 margin. Mnuchin previously served as President Trump's finance chairman during his campaign. Over the years, Mnuchin has been a Hollywood producer and a Democratic
The Latest: Gov. Brown says he was unaware of flood concerns
Gov. Jerry Brown says he wasn't previously aware of a report that surfaced Monday indicating environmentalists raised concerns about the Oroville Dam emergency spillway in 2005
Evacuees might not go home until dam spillway is repaired
Helicopters dropped giant rock-filled sandbags into place Monday to shore up a California reservoir that had threatened to breach its banks and unleash a 30-foot wall of water
Senate Dems Hold All-Night Floor Session in Effort to Stop DeVos
Senate Democrats stayed up for an all-night floor session to make their case against President Donald Trump 's Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos . Starting on Monday afternoon, the Democrats vowed to talk on the Senate floor for 24-hours with the hopes of persuading one more Republican to
From Jane Fonda to Bernie Sanders, Public Figures Slam Trump's New Pipeline Orders
President Donald Trump signed memorandums Tuesday aimed at advancing the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines -- which did not sit well with opponents of the projects, many of whom are outspoken political and Hollywood figures. Many of these public figures took to their social
More than 1 Million Rally at Women's Marches in US and Around World
More than 1 million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world Saturday on President Donald Trump's first full day in office. "Welcome to your first day, we will not go away!" marchers in Washington chanted. Along with women, many in pink hats, plenty of
Celebs, Politicians and Entrepreneurs Pay Tribute on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Almost 50 years after his death, the U.S. today is celebrating the teachings, example and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. The Baptist minister and civil rights leader used nonviolent protest to help end the Jim Crow era of racial segregation in the U.S. From his famed " I Have a Dream "
President-elect Trump Attacks Civil Rights Icon Who Said His Presidency Not 'Legitimate'
President-elect Donald Trump unleashed a Twitter attack on Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, after the lawmaker said he wouldn't attend Trump's inauguration because he doesn't see him as a "legitimate president." Lewis in an interview with NBC on Friday cited Russia's meddling in the
Kamala Harris : Everything You Need to Know
The career prosecutor is the first Indian-American to represent California in the Senate.