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Dr. Rodney Stark: 75% of Religious Killings are Muslims Killing Muslims

On Sunday Dr. Rodney Stark, distinguished Professor of Sociology at Baylor University and author of the "Victory of Reason,” "The Rise of Christianity," and "God's Battalions," was asked by Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon to compare Christianity with radical Islam. Apr 21, 2014 2:49 AM PT

The World's Most Viewed Picture: Blissful Sonoma Hillside

The world’s most viewed picture is the default wallpaper titled “Bliss” that appears on the Windows XP operating system. The peaceful hillside image that rests below blue skies and feathery white clouds is estimated to have been seen by one billion people. Apr 19, 2014 8:20 AM PT

Disney Touts ESPN Prowess to Settle Wall Street Nerves

With Wall Street concerned that Disney’s sports network goliath, ESPN, may be negatively impacted from increasing operating costs and competition from Fox Sports 1, Disney CEO Bob Igor unleashed a barrage of upbeat statements about it during Thursday’s investor meeting in Bristol, CT, Forbes reports. Apr 18, 2014 4:40 AM PT

An Oakland Traffic Crew Can’t Spell “STOP”

Maybe the reason California officials have such a tough time stopping their uncontrolled spending is that they don’t know how to spell “STOP," reports local ABC News affiliate KGO. Apr 18, 2014 4:36 AM PT

Fire Trucks Crash Through Wall of Restaurant, Injure 15

Fire trucks from the Monterey Park, CA Fire Department and the Alhambra Fire department collided on the way to a house fire and catapulted the Monterey Park truck through the front wall of Lu Dumpling House on Wednesday. Apr 17, 2014 2:15 PM PT

Extreme Cold Weather in D.C. Suspected in Death of Two Homeless Men

Two Washington D.C. homeless men were found dead on Wednesday due to what appears to be hypothermia. Tuesday night’s temperature plummeting to 34 degrees with a severe wind chill exacerbating the condition just may have been too much for victims to withstand. Apr 17, 2014 11:37 AM PT

Corrupt City of Bell ‘Godfather' Gets 12 Years for Uncontrollable Greed

According to the LA Times, Robert Rizzo the Bell city administrator, sat motionless as he heard Judge Kathleen Kennedy tell him, “Mr. Rizzo, you did some very, very bad things for a very long time.” Rizzo had paid himself and other city officials exorbitant salaries, were granted sweetheart loan deals, and set up lavish pension plans. Apr 16, 2014 3:01 PM PT

L.A. and Santa Monica Tea Party to Host Event in West L.A. on Saturday

On Saturday, the L.A. and Santa Monica Tea Party, along with a coalition of energized Tea Party groups, are organizing the Los Angeles stop for the tour which is traveling up and down California. The 12-day, 16-stop tour goes from Sacramento all the way down to San Diego. Apr 16, 2014 12:47 PM PT

CA Senate Leader Backs Off Tax on Consumer Fuels, Promotes Bullet Train

Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg will not be pursuing a carbon tax on consumer fuels as he had announced in February. Instead he will be allocating billions of dollars from California's greenhouse gas reduction law, otherwise known as Cap and Trade, toward the controversial bullet train and affordable housing. Apr 16, 2014 11:05 AM PT

Audit: CA City to Return $22.7 Million for Misuse of Funds

The Los Angeles Times reported that an audit of Cudahy, one of the poorest cities in Los Angeles county, revealed that city leaders mismanaged state funds and blatantly exploited the use of city-issued credit cards, running up excessive bills for travel, meals, and entertainment. Apr 15, 2014 2:42 PM PT

Well Drilling Boom Spurred by California Drought

The prolonged California drought is generating a huge boom for well drilling service companies and prompting some farmers to invest in expensive drilling rigs that can cost $1 million. Apr 15, 2014 2:40 PM PT


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