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Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton faced off in the second presidential debate Sunday night at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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On Septemer 20, 2016, 375 members of the National Academy of Sciences signed an open letter designed to draw attention to the risks of climate change as we head into the November presidential election.

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A recent hardline speech on immigration by Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump is cause for concern among influential Latinos who had previously shown support for the candidate. 

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders will once again focus on Central Coast voters on Tuesday following several local rallies over the past week. 

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A series of Central Coast events featuring candidates for President of the United States is underway, and it started Wednesday afternoon with Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton in Salinas. 

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Former President Bill Clinton was headed to Southern California Tuesday afternoon, after a quick visit to the Central Coast.