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Making progress in the fight against cancer

Four years ago, we became the 41st cancer center in the country to be designated “comprehensive” by the National Cancer Institute, and on the occasion met with The Sacramento Bee editorial board to talk about our commitment to reduce the burden of cancer for everyone in our region, not just for patients at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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At the edge of inside

In any organization there are some people who serve at the core. These insiders are in the rooms when the decisions are made. Hillary Clinton, for example, is now at the core of the Democratic Party.

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Hillaryism means more of the same

Bernie Sanders campaigned loudly and convincingly against the baleful consequences of the Obama years. Clinton was forced to echo those charges while simultaneously defending the president and policies that brought on the miseries

Ben Boychuk

Democrats go too far on guns

The Democrats’ gun control efforts aren’t about justice. It’s a campaign to build a bigger, stronger, less accountable police state in the name of “safety” and “common sense.”

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Hillary gossip redux

I am so excited to tell you that we’re returning to the question of whether or not Hillary Clinton threw a vase at her husband in the White House.

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RIP, Jo Cox

CAMBRIDGE, England – As I listen to the stormy debates here in the run-up to Thursday’s vote on whether Britain should exit the European Union, my thoughts keep drifting to my friend Jo Cox, a member of Parliament assassinated last week.

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Donald Trump sells out faith

Calling Hillary Clinton’s faith into question before a group of evangelical leaders on Tuesday represented a new low – if such a thing is possible in a campaign that hits those markers on an almost-daily basis.

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They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day

Sacramento area residents flocked to the American River for the annual Rafting Gone Wild outing despite an alcohol ban during the event that's been in effect for a few years now. Some estimates put the number of people hitting the waterway at over 8,000.
Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day 0:13

They take off from Sunrise bridge on Rafting Gone Wild day

Rafters go wild despite alcohol ban 1:15

Rafters go wild despite alcohol ban

The Shift: Variations on a theme 2:05

The Shift: Variations on a theme

Husband calls for driver who killed his wife to come forward 0:35

Husband calls for driver who killed his wife to come forward