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Los Angeles Wave, founded in 1912, is the leading source of local, entertainment, business, style and sports news.

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    Ben Carson doesn’t “see a political path forward” in the Republican presidential nomination process, and will not attend Thursday’s GOP presidential debate in his hometown of Detroit, he said in a statement. But Carson stopped short of saying he was officially leaving the race. The retired neurosurgeon and his aides reached the decision after a…

    The post Ben Carson won’t attend debate in hometown Detroit appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    Here are two scenarios for Jan. 20, 2017. That’s the first day on the job for the 45th president of the United States. Scenario one. President Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton, unlike President Barack Obama on his first day on the job, are faced with a Republican-controlled House and a Republican-controlled Senate. That’s a GOP Congress…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Senate is key to the 2016 election appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    NAACP President Cornell William Brooks on Monday condemned Republican front-runner Donald Trump and said he represents a “kind of Jim Crow with hairspray and a blue suit.” “The fact of the matter is this is hateful. It is racist. It is bigoted. It is xenophobic. It represents a kind of Jim Crow with hairspray and…

    The post NAACP president calls Trump ‘Jim Crow with hairspray and a blue suit’ appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    WASHINGTON (CNN) — In the wild and whirling age of Donald Trump, President Barack Obama went for stable, sober and conventional. Obama’s pick of Judge Merrick Garland for the vacant Supreme Court seat March 16 was an intriguing multi-layered move in his last great showdown with Republicans that comes at a time of volatile political…

    The post NEWS ANALYSIS: In the age of Trump, Obama embraces the conventional appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    It was one for the books. The sight of an African-American viciously assaulting a Donald Trump protester at a Tucson campaign rally. The sight drew gasps and lots of expressions of puzzlement and disbelief. The assault came a few weeks after Trump’s photo-op meeting with some black ministers. He has also gotten some endorsements from…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Trump’s African-American outreach campaign appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    LYNWOOD — On a day when presidential primaries were held in four states, Lynwood High School held a mock presidential election March 8 to help students learn the primary process, know the candidates as well as understand the issues and the importance of voting. Students campaigned with colorful and informative signs, standing behind tables that…

    The post Lynwood students stage mock presidential election appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    Much has been made about polls that purportedly show that a significant number of Bernie Sanders’ backers say they won’t vote for Hillary Clinton no matter what. Now Sanders has made it clear as recently as an MSNBC Townhall that he will do whatever it takes to “make sure” no Republican gets in the White…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Sanders will back Clinton in November appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    Donald Trump is the last man standing in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. I guess hell is freezing over down there. Trump assumed control of the Republican Party May 4 as its presumptive presidential nominee after Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich exited the race, moving swiftly to consider vice-presidential…

    The post NAJEE’S NOTES: Don’t count Donald Trump out already appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    With the California presidential primaries approaching in June, supporters and protestors of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump gathered last weekend in Northern California to voice their opinion on Trump’s statements, policies, business acumen and the New York real estate giant himself. The business tycoon kicked off the three-day Republican Convention April 29 at the Hyatt Regency…

    The post GOP reaches out for black voters at state convention appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    LOS ANGELES — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton brought her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination to Los Angeles May 5, attending fundraisers and courting black and Latino voters by vowing to raise the national minimum wage and create jobs. Clinton met with local black leaders during a stop at the California African American…

    The post Hillary Clinton makes campaign stops in South and East L.A. appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    LOS ANGELES — The two candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president appeared in Southern California this week appealing to voters as the June 7 primary election nears. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed a large gathering in Lincoln Park in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles May 23 before attending a rally at Santa…

    The post Democratic candidates pay campaign visits appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    NORWALK — Area voters will cast ballots June 7 in the California Primary Election on a number of races from presidential to congressional and state legislative contests, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters here. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. A large turnout is expected because of the…

    The post Voters to cast ballots in state primary June 7 appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    CULVER CITY — Touting campaign themes such as preserving Obamacare, ensuring paid family leave and defending women’s rights, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used a rally at West Los Angeles College Friday to urge supporters to get to the polls next week — as her California race with Democratic opponent Bernie Sanders gets tighter.…

    The post Hillary Clinton holds campaign rally at West L.A. College appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    The choice of former President Bill Clinton to give one of the eulogies at Muhammad Ali’s funeral June 10 has rankled more than a few. Clinton has been lambasted by many blacks for his push of the omnibus crime bill, the wild expansion of the death penalty at the federal level, his gutting of welfare…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Trump and Ali had an unusual friendship appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    Muhammad Ali, the boxing legend, activist and humanitarian who made his mark on the world, was truly the “Greatest of All Time. His death on June 3 from septic shock due to unspecified natural causes left many in mourning across the globe. Ali spent the final hours of his life surrounded by his family after…

    The post NAJEE’S NOTES: The greatest of all time appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    I said from day one that the email flap with Hillary Clinton was much ado about nothing. The FBI announcement that there will be no criminal charges against Clinton July 5 was pure anti-climax. There weren’t going to be. Yet, Republican presidential contender Donald Trump was so happy he couldn’t jump high enough when Bill…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Still much ado about Hillary’s emails appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    The Republican National Convention — also known as the Republican clown show — began this week in Cleveland. As you listen to Donald Trump’s supporters explain why they like him, you inevitably hear one phrase over and over: “He tells it like it is.” Actually, he doesn’t. What he does is tell it like he feels…

    The post NAJEE’S NOTES: Trump’s candor isn’t always accurate appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    Here are some key dates in presidential history, politics and elections that tell much about why the wanton murder of three police officers in Baton Rouge could loom big in 2016. The dates are 1964, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2001 and 2008. In 1964, Republican presidential contender Barry Goldwater ran hard on an unabashed state’s right,…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: More Baton Rouge incidents could elect Trump appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    LOS ANGELES — The father of former Los Angeles High School football star who was gunned down by a gang member living in this country illegally used a 3 1/2-minute speech at the Republican National Convention July 18 to praise presumptive presidential nominee Donald J. Trump’s support of ending illegal immigration. After recounting how his…

    The post Arlington Heights resident speaks for Trump at convention appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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    It is certainly true that when Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shouts repeatedly that he is the “law and order candidate,” he is simply pilfering the line and pitch that would-be presidential candidates George Wallace, Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton worked to death during their White House bids. It also has been amply…

    The post THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Trump touts his law and order history appeared first on Wave Newspapers.


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