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The 2016 presidential candidates are the most unpopular candidates since modern polling began. Why? Revisit the personal histories of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and explore where their characters were forged.
Tonight at 8:30pm
Dine on California cuisine in the heart of Danville at Bridges Restaurant and Bar. Then tuck into Chicago-style deep dish pizza in San Carlos at Blue Line Pizza. And find rustic comfort food with an Italian twist in a Lafayette hillside setting at Postino.
Tonight at 9:00pm
Repeats at 2:00am
Rural America is home to many of the countries cloud storage centers. The massive data centers seemed like they'd bring jobs to rural America, but things didn’t quite happen that way.
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