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    Talk Back: International trade
    Do you favor Congress giving President Barack Obama so-called fast-track authority for international trade deals?
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    (Tell us why or why not?)

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    California water saving mandate shrinks cuts for some cities

    State regulators on Saturday announced a revised plan to reduce water use in drought-stricken California that offers easier conservation targets for major cities, including Los Angeles, while demanding greater cutbacks from others.  
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    Adrian Peterson a Raider? Don't count on it

    Once upon a time I scoffed at a Profootballtalk.com report that Randy Moss would be traded to the Raiders and ended up regretting it when it turned out the then fledgling Web site was right. 
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    Warbling and bad puns in Piedmont

    Piedmont High School celebrates milestone for bird calling contest  
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    Green Day's road to the Hall of Fame

    At the beginning it was just two Pinole Valley High School pals — Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt — fronting a band called Sweet Children, playing a Vallejo barbecue joint in 1986. But anyone who knew music could see — these kids, primarily Armstrong, were writing some killer hooks.
     
    SPORTS
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    Live updates: Warriors vs. Pelicans

    Stay on top of the action when the Golden State Warriors host the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round match-up.  
    BUSINESS
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    Silicon Valley marks 50 years of Moore's Law

    Fifty years ago Sunday, Gordon Moore predicted a mind-boggling future of personal computers and mobile communications devices. His crystal ball was a graph that showed integrated circuits doubling in complexity for the coming decade. Known as Moore's Law, the doubling is still going strong, but there are challenges.