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Alarming Spike in Campus Antisemitism Linked to Hatred for Israel

A study released by the AMCHA Initiative details an alarming spike in campus antisemitism during the first half of 2016, and specifically nearly 100 more additional incidents of anti-Zionism — hatred for the Jewish state of Israel — during that time period compared with the same period of time last year.

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Barbara Boxer: ‘Clinton Restored America’s Standing in World’

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), who is retiring at the end of 2016, shared “personal” details about Hillary Clinton during Tuesday evening remarks she delivered at the Democratic National Convention, and said Clinton had single-handedly “restored America’s standing in the world as Secretary of State.”

Sanchez sisters at Democratic Convention (Alex Wong / Getty)

Rep. Linda Sanchez: ‘Hillary Clinton Is a Badass’

Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, spoke in both English and Spanish at the Democratic National Convention on Monday evening, highlighting the successes of her Mexican immigrant family and letting the crowd know that she believes Hillary Clinton is “a badass and ready to lead” America.

Culver City mosque (Facebook)

Declassified 28 Pages Suggest 9/11 Link to L.A. Mosque

The newly-declassified 28 pages of a congressional inquiry into the 9/11 terrorist attacks has alleged possible connections to a Los Angeles, California mosque. The report alleges that two of the 9/11 hijackers were in contact with a Saudi diplomat who was

Dani Mathers (Jason Kempin / Getty)

Playboy Model Under Criminal Investigation for ‘Fat-Shaming’ Photo

Playboy’s 2015 “Playmate of the Year,” Dani Mathers, 29, is under criminal investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) after she publicly shamed an unidentified woman at an LA Fitness gym by secretly snapping and posting a naked picture of her changing in a private locker room onto social media.

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San Francisco Man Has to Pay Triple Rent After Lover’s Suicide

Merely two weeks after Christopher Holden’s partner of five years took his own life, the management company for the San Francisco studio he and Jonathan Conte had been splitting for $1,390 a month told Holden that his rent would be nearly doubled, and that the rent-controlled price could not be honored because the apartment was under his late partner’s name.