Schwarzenegger Says He Fathered Employee's Child
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Huckabee signs a copy of his new book, A Simple Government: Twelve Things We Really Need from Washington (and a Trillion that We Don't!), at the National Press Club, February 2011 in Washington. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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From Pulpit To Politics, Huckabee Heeds The Call
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Changes Sought After Death At Calif. Mental Hospital
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Republican state Sen. Sam Blakeslee, shown at a committee hearing earlier this year, says the Atascadero hospital has "an inherently dangerous population." He's proposed new laws designed to make the hospital safer, including a bill that would make it easier to medicate patients against their will. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Violence Surges At Hospital For Mentally Ill Criminals
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At a rally at Napa State Hospital in January, workers demand better safety measures for staff and patients. One worker carries a sign with a photo of Donna Gross, a hospital worker killed last year, allegedly by a patient. J.L. Sousa/ZUMAPRESS.com hide caption

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At California Mental Hospitals, Fear Is Part Of The Job
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Richard Nixon, daughter Tricia and wife, Pat, board Air Force One after his resignation, Aug. 9, 1974. Bettmann/CORBIS hide caption

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At Nixon Library, A Raw Look At A Disgraced Leader
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Congregants at the West Los Angeles United Methodist Church gathered $8,000 on their first day of fundraising for the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. Courtesy of the West Los Angeles United Methodist Church hide caption

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From L.A., Japanese Church Sends Aid And Prayers
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'Crash Tax' More Bust Than Boom For Many Cities
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Panelists Review Ronald Reagan's Time In Politics
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The open pit mine at Molycorp Minerals' rare earths mining and processing facility in Mountain Pass, Calif. The mine is expected to produce 40,000 tons of rare earth minerals each year after a $500 million expansion project. Courtesy of Molycorp Minerals hide caption

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California Challenges China In Rare Earths Mining
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Calif. Officials Seek Control Over Insurance Premiums
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Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, shown in a 2008 file photo, leaves office with a mixed record. He's won praise for his precedent-setting environmental activism and criticism for his failure to tame the state's fiscal mess as promised. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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No Hollywood Ending To Schwarzenegger's Term
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California Stays Blue Amid GOP's Rise
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Waterlogged California At Risk Of Mudslides
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Diverse GOP Governors Expect To Attract Voters
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