California vs. Trump: California regulators move forward on climate change rules

California environmental regulators, taking a defiant stand against President Donald Trump, reaffirmed their commitment Thursday to tough air pollution standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars. The California Air Resources Board, meeting in Riverside, voted to stick with tailpipe emissions regulations that were launched in California and adopted by former President Barack Obama.

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President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare'

President Trump says he is moving on from the congressional health care bill after Speaker Paul Ryan failed to gather enough votes to pass it through the House of Representatives. In a statement after the bill's failure was announced, the president said that Obamacare would prove to be a disaster in 2017 and that Democrats would eventually work with him to draft a replacement.
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President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare' 1:19

President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare'

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Sacramento stories: Rancho Seco nuclear plant protest (March 1979)

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Video gives glance at anti-drunken driving program 'Every 15 Minutes' at Natomas High

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Watch the new 'Baywatch' trailer

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