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Lone Libertarian Stands up to Ferguson Protest at UCLA

A lone UCLA student who stood outside of the Powell Library on UCLA's campus holding up a sign which read "There is no strong evidence suggesting Officer Wilson is guilty of murder," was blocked by a group of fellow female student activists who disagreed with him and who tried to subdue his message by holding up signs of their own and chanting calls for justice in the aftermath of the Ferguson grand jury's verdict clearing Officer Wilson of indictment. Nov 25, 2014 6:50 PM PT

Ferguson Protesters Occupy 10 Freeway in L.A. UPDATE: Move to 110

LOS ANGELES, California -- Over 50 protestors occupied and marched down a section of the off-ramp on the 10 Freeway at La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles to voice their anger, disdain and unrest with a Ferguson, Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, who was killed on August 9. Nov 24, 2014 11:07 PM PT

ISIS Threatens to Behead Former Homeland Security Advisor Over Twitter

A self-described ISIS sympathizer and extremist threatened to behead former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to President George W. Bush and President of the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) Fran Townsend over social media site Twitter on Friday. Nov 24, 2014 6:53 AM PT

New Immigration Move Brings Bureaucratic Nightmare to System

President Obama's unilateral action to grant executive amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants in the United States has shed light on a host of failures that are likely to take place with regard to the logistics of processing the applications. The much smaller-scale Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) applications (i.e. the "Dream Act," by fiat) which took place in 2012 as well as the rollout of were riddled with problems, and concerns have been raised about the administration's ability to handle the much larger task which Obama put forth this past week. Nov 24, 2014 4:24 AM PT

Latin Grammys Get Political With Reaction to Obama's Amnesty Speech

The 15th annual Latin Grammy Awards took ample opportunity on Thursday night to express their sentiments and outright support for President Barack Obama's decision to proceed with executive amnesty; a move that will provide protection for up to 5 million people who are in the United States illegally if implemented. Nov 21, 2014 1:48 PM PT

Six High School Students Arrested After Violent... Food Fight

A lunchtime campus brawl at a Santa Barbara County, California high school turned violent, producing vicious attacks on law enforcement officers with food, water bottles, and punches being thrown. The fight resulted in a 90-minute lockdown of the school, as well as six student arrests. Nov 21, 2014 6:35 AM PT

RoboCops: Silicon Valley Deploys Daleks

A Silicon Valley-based startup has developed a five-foot tall, burly-bodied robotic security guard, that resembles a Dalek, and has already deployed a fleet of five of them to patrol Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus. Nov 19, 2014 3:42 PM PT

California National Guard to Deploy for Ebola Mission

The California Army National Guard is among six other National Guard units, totaling approximately 1,200 soldiers, that have been ordered to prepare for deployment to Ebola-stricken West Africa in order to help thwart the spread of the deadly hemorrhagic virus. Nov 18, 2014 11:26 AM PT

Norovirus-Plagued Cruise Ship Docks in Los Angeles

A cruise ship docked in San Pedro, California on Sunday after 172 of its over 4,100 passengers fell ill with the highly-contagious norovirus. The patients became ill over the course of a nearly monthlong trip which traveled from Los Angeles to Hawaii to Tahiti. Nov 18, 2014 4:51 AM PT

Ebola Care: Amazon Fire Will Support Ebola Prevention App

Amazon has found a way to turn lemons into lemonade by donating 1,000 of its troubled Fire phones to advancing the mission of a free Ebola prevention app called Ebola Care. Aid workers in West Africa who are combatting the deadly hemorrhagic disease needed the phones to help them snap photos, geotag, and track infected Ebola patients in order to help thwart the virus' spread. Nov 17, 2014 1:17 PM PT

Reddit CEO Once Sued Company for Sex Discrimination

A new shuffle in leadership at online microblogging site Reddit has ushered in interim CEO Ellen Pao, who has become the company's new face just three months before her high-profile sex discrimination case is set to appear before a San Francisco Superior Court. Nov 15, 2014 2:37 PM PT


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