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Archive for March 12th, 2018
Deputy Nathan Gillespie said he shot Miguel Hernandez because he feared he was reaching for a gun. But officials say Gillespie failed to call for backup or take time to assess the situation.
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have completed a draft report that says, "We found perhaps some bad judgment, inappropriate meetings."
In the last two weeks, three package bombs have killed two people in Texas. Police say the blasts have marked similarities.
Trump says the steel and aluminum industries are critical for national security purposes. But global supply chains make it tough for the U.S. to go it alone.
The Associated Press analysis of new data cover eight months under President Donald Trump, the first hints about how his administration complies with the Freedom of Information Act.
Douglas Letter retired from the Justice Department after four decades of defending administration policies, no matter whether Democrats or Republicans have been in charge.
Homes are being built rapidly on the edges of cities, where the risk of wildfire is greatest — and in areas that have already burned.
Avila was a point man in the Hispanic civil rights battle and argued voting rights cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. He was 69.
The visit comes one week after the Trump administration sued California over its sanctuary policies, just the latest in many political and legal skirmishes between Washington and California since Trump took office.
The controversial education secretary repeated her support for arming teachers and appeared unable to answer some questions about schools in her home state.
As early as your mid-40s, especially if you're sedentary, your heart muscle can show signs of aging, losing its youthful elasticity and power. But moderately strenuous exercise can change that.
Orange County officials are running up against a deadline to find alternative shelter for nearly 700 homeless people staying in motels. Can they do it?
Implicit bias, the subtle discrimination teachers have against minority students, may be present in online college classes, according to study
There were no blog entries published on this date.
Last week, an investigation into the behavior of California state Senator Bob Hertzberg, nicknamed “Huggy Bear,” found that though his hugs weren’t sexually motivated, they made people uncomfortable.
A former US Army soldier once deployed to Afghanistan killed three people on Friday at a veterans home in Napa County, California, where he once stayed.
America, some argue, has been in a vicious cycle that has undermined shared ideals and values.
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps what you might have missed in political headlines over the weekend and previews the week to come in California and national politics.
The directing debut of Boots Riley, frontman of hip-hop group The Coup, is set at an Oakland telemarketing firm pitching a service called "Worry-Free Living."
It was Disney film vs. Disney film and "Black Panther" beat the star-studded science fiction adventure.
A study from USC highlights inadequate graduation rates for black male student-athletes and proposes responses, including conditioning playoff eligibility on graduation rates.
At the Sand to Snow National Monument near Palm Springs, herds of gigantic, feral cattle are wreaking havoc on the environment — even attacking hikers.
Earthquakes, wildfires, and protests are just a few of the factors that Secret Service agents have considered ahead of Trump's trip Tuesday.