Los Angeles is now the frontrunner for hosting the 2024 Olympics. If selected as the U.S. Olympic Committee’s choice, the City of Angels will still be the second choice behind Boston.
Internet security is becoming a major geopolitical issue. This year, Israel’s government established a national authority to help oversee protection of computer systems with sensitive civilian and military information. According to SiliconValley.com, Israel could be the first nation in the world to define mandatory cyberdefense steps for financial institutions.
On Tuesday, Secretary of State John Kerry, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew testified on the Iran nuclear accords before the House Foreign Affairs Committee as Congress deliberates whether they will vote to overturn what is largely seen as a “bad deal.”
Unions in Los Angeles are again seeking to exempt their workers from the $15 minimum wage hike for which they pushed earlier this year.
Hundreds of Cal Water customers in a portion of Los Altos were at risk of being sickened by traces of the E. coli bacteria and total coliform in their water this weekend.
Hundreds of San Diegans gathered at Balboa Park on Sunday to protest against a nuclear deal with Iran and urge Congress to vote against it.
Fresh off his trip to the West Coast, Joe Biden received accolades from the Los Angeles Times’ Cathleen Decker, who cast the vice president as a stark contrast to the controversy surrounding Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
In an attempt to curb the city’s public urination problem, San Francisco has painted nine of its most pissing-prone walls with pee-repellant paint. When someone urinates on these specially-painted walls, the pee sprays right back onto their shoes and pants, soaking them.
Vice President Joe Biden paid a visit to a Bay Area-based medical equipment company to discuss health care on Thursday, wrapping up a visit this week to the West Coast.
The Turkish government briefly blocked Twitter on Wednesday to prevent users from accessing images of Monday’s grizzly suicide terrorist bombing, which left 32 dead and wounded at least 100 other innocent civilians.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee hosted experts on the Middle East on Thursday to examine the new Iran deal and its consequences for U.S. national security and foreign policy. Committee chair Ed Royce (R-CA) put the question to expert witnesses and fellow representatives: “[A]re temporary constraints on Iran’s nuclear program worth the price of permanent sanctions relief?”
Intel, one of the nations largest technology corporations, has delivered a stern message to their workers: You’re not good enough.
Thousands of people are expected in New York’s Times Square on Wednesday evening to protest a “bad deal” with Iran, and to urge Congress to vote down the new nuclear accord.
His case is as stifling as it is mysterious. American citizen Robert Levinson, a former FBI and DEA agent, was taken hostage by Iranian intelligence officials on March 9, 2007, while on a private business trip to Iran’s Kish Island, where he was seeking information about cigarette smuggling.
LOS ANGELES, California — If they’re saying it, it’s probably true–and the writing has been on the wall this entire time. That’s the underlying theme behind former Pentagon official Stephen Coughlin’s book, Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad. During
“Black Twitter” took 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to task this weekend after he chose to ignore chants from “Black Lives Matter” protesters at the Netroots Nation left-wing bloggers’ conference in Phoenix.
Well over 30 years after he was set free from being held hostage for 444 days by his Middle Eastern captors, Texan Rick Kupke is still saying the Iranian regime cannot be trusted
Some residents of View Park’s predominantly African-American community fear an effort to designate the neighborhood, known by many as the “Black Beverly Hills,” as part of the National Register of Historic Places is really a masked gentrification ploy to push them out in favor of a more affluent, white population.
Former Florida Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush arrived in San Francisco on Thursday as part of his latest fundraising binge, during which he met with members of the tech sector and reportedly fielded “tough questions” from those present.
On Thursday, the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Board of Commissioners finally granted Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing services the green light to pick up passengers, making LAX the the second-busiest and largest U.S. airport to do so
Southern California native and “lone soldier” Max Steinberg lost his life fighting for Israel against Hamas during Operation Protective Edge last summer. In honor of his bravery, the Birthright organization, which provides tours of Israel for young Jewish Americans, has dedicated a memorial site to Steinberg in northern Israel.
LOS ANGELES, California — Two head rabbis at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles issued a joint statement condemning the nuclear accord between Iran and the P5+1, invoking history to remind Western leaders that they are repeating the mistakes of the past in trusting the tyrannical Iranian regime.
Members of Sacramento’s South Vietnamese community protested outside of City Hall on Tuesday against a plan to recognize Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon) as a possible sister city. According to local CBS News affiliate in Sacramento KCRA,
Iraq’s Assyrian Christian population is seeking to reclaim territory they have lost to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS) since they overtook the region last summer and to create an autonomous region for themselves–in a free Kurdistan.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says “a new chapter has begun” with regard to Iran’s “collaborations throughout the world” and warned his countrymen and women not to be “deceived by the propaganda of the Zionist regime” of Israel, in a speech after the P5+1 reached a final deal with Iran on Tuesday.