California hopefuls blame incumbents as farm towns struggle

A Democratic businessman trying to win a U.S. House seat is blaming a three-term Republican congressman for failing to bring money to a California farming regio
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California hopefuls blame incumbents as farm towns struggle

A Democratic businessman trying to win a U.S. House seat is blaming a three-term Republican congressman for failing to bring money to a California farming regio
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Impoverished farm town is left behind in California

People who work in California melon and lettuce fields struggle no matter which political party is in power
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Impoverished farm town is left behind in California

California may be famous for its wealth and Hollywood star power but poverty prevails in farm towns between Los Angeles and San Francisco
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Survival trumps politics in poverty-hit California farm town

California may be famous for its wealth and Hollywood star power but poverty prevails in farm towns between Los Angeles and San Francisco
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Far from fame, poverty blossoms in 'forgotten California'

California may be known for its wealth, but a distinctly different side exists in the state's farm belt
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Far from fame, poverty blossoms in 'forgotten California'

California may be known for fame and wealth, but a distinctly different side exists in the state's farm belt
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Far from fame, poverty blossoms in 'forgotten California'

California may be known for its wealth, but a distinctly different side exists in the state's farm belt
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Far from fame, poverty blossoms in 'forgotten California'

California may be known for its wealth, but a distinctly different side exists in the state's farm belt
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AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics

AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics
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AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics

AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics
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AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics

AP Was There: Smith and Carlos protest during 1968 Olympics
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BC-US--Surfing Phenom, US

BC-US--Surfing Phenom, US
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Caroline Marks at home riding world's waves at just 16

Caroline Marks took to the waves with such gusto at a young age that at 16 she's the youngest competitor ever on the World Surf League's Championship Tour
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World Surf League to offer equal prize money to women

The World Surf League says it will award equal prize money to women and men for WSL-controlled events beginning with the 2019 season
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Bethany Hamilton back on surfboard after having second son

Bethany Hamilton is back on her surfboard, four months after giving birth to her second son
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Burger King's Upside Down Whopper Pays Tribute to 'Stranger Things'

Netflix' s hit series" Stranger Things" returns to the small screen on July 4, and to celebrate, Burger King is serving hamburgers… upside down? Fans can
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Chipotle Plans to Test New Nachos, Carne Asada and Lemonade

Chipotle Mexican Grill is planning to roll out at least three new menu innovations this year, including a new steak option- carne asada- along with new noncarbo
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Subway Is Testing Sandwiches Made With King's Hawaiian Bread

The product dates to the 1950 s, when Hawaii- born Robert R. Taira graduated top of his class at baking school and began selling his special bread in his own st
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Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Is Home to Disneyland's First Public Bar

Star Wars: Galaxy' s Edge altered Disneyland as we knew it the moment it opened on May 31. While the members-only private lounge Club 33 in Disneyland' s New Or
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We Tried the Blue Milk at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, and This Is How It Tastes

When Disney was planning to open a Star Wars-themed land, there were three burning questions on the mind of Imagineers and the creative team at LucasFilm. First
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Whole Foods To Buy Wild Oats Markets For $565 Million

SAN FRANCISCO- FEBRUARY 22: A customer shops for produce at a Whole Foods Market February 22, 2007 in San Francisco, California.
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Taco Bell Is Opening a Hotel and Resort in Palm Springs This Summer

Travelers will have something to taco' bout this summer: Taco Bell is opening a hotel and resort in Palm Springs, California. What flavor of fun does a Taco Bel
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Target Adds Sangria to Its Line of $5 Wines

In 2017, Target announced it would debut a new wines for $5 each. The first batch, from the company' s California Roots line, included chardonnay, pinot grigio,
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