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California's current governor refused to tell reporters whether he voted for Democrat Jerry Brown or fellow Republican Meg Whitman in Tuesday's election. Schwarzenegger has not endorsed either candidate for governor.

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In this, the year of the Mama Grizzly, let's stop stirring the moose chili for a moment to ponder three words -- man up and whore -- and what they have to tell us about the muddled state of gender politics.

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It's perhaps commendable that repeat California gubernatorial hopeful Jerry Brown didn't try to avoid the subject during Tuesday night's debate or deny the existence of his aide's "whore" slur directed at Republican rival Meg Whitman.

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An as-yet-unidentified member of Jerry Brown's camp has created quite a PR snafu for the California gubernatorial hopeful by calling Brown's rival, former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, a "whore" during a conversation that wasn't intended to be recorded. Oops.

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What are the odds that California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's having hired and fired an undocumented worker would come up during the Univision debate? Opponent Jerry Brown lets Whitman have it for, like the worst rich-lady stereotype, blaming the housekeeper.

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Rahm Emanuel steps down as chief of staff; now he wants to run for mayor of Chicago. Is this a shakeup or just normal job burnout? Is the White House in flux? With the House voting to impose import tariffs on China, will the Senate bring the issue to a vote?

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According to the very busy and seemingly ubiquitous attorney Gloria Allred, California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has run afoul of her own public stance on the immigration issue by virtue of having allegedly hired an undocumented worker to help in her home for nearly a decade.

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