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Three Dozen Women Accuse Director James Toback of Sexual Harassment

More than 30 women have come forward to accuse Hollywood writer-director James Toback of sexual harassment and abuse, weeks after a New York Times exposé containing details of decades of similar allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein set off shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry and forced examinations of its treatment of women.

US director James Toback arrives for the British Premiere of his latest film Tyson in London's Leicester Square part of the London Film Festival on October 17, 2008. AFP PHOTO / Max Nash (Photo credit should read MAX NASH/AFP/Getty Images)

L.A. Times Tweets, then Deletes, Fake Earthquake Report

The Los Angeles Times tweeted a warning Wednesday evening that a massive 6.8-magnitude earthquake had struck the region at Isla Vista, California. A short time late, it retracted and deleted the tweet, explaining that an automated program, or “bot,” had tweeted out the details of an earthquake that had indeed struck Isla Vista — in 1925.

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Mainstream Media Propaganda, from Khalidi Tape to ‘Nut Job’

The pattern is the same, from the Khalidi tape to the “nut job” story. For the elite mainstream media, when it comes to protecting Democrats or attacking Republicans, there are no journalistic standards, no ethics, and no shame.

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Gainor: ‘Media Has to Be More Honest, and They Don’t Want to Be’

Dan Gainor, the vice president of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, talked with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday regarding the recent best and worst in media, including a Los Angeles Times editorial series bashing President Trump.

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L.A. Declares Emergency over Flood Risk along Aqueduct

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared an emergency on Monday, as a mass snowmelt in the Eastern Sierras threatens communities in the Owens Valley and along the 221-mile Los Angeles Aqueduct.

Los Angeles Aqueduct (Brian Melley / Associated Press)

Should Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) Be Court-Martialed?

Ted Lieu’s recent and ongoing statements about President Donald Trump go far beyond even strident political debate and explicitly claim that the Commander-in-Chief is in fact illegitimate.

Colonel Ted Lieu (Ted Lieu's office / Beverly Press)

Los Angeles Plans $10M ‘Legal Fund’ for Illegal Immigrants

n an effort to defy federal immigration law and an upcoming plan by President-Elect Donald Trump to tighten immigration policies, the City of Los Angeles is setting up a “legal fund” to shield illegal immigrants from the law.

Raul Ortega holds a sign as he celebrates after California Governor Jerry Brown signed bill AB60 on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall October 3, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. California Assembly Bill 60 also known as the Safe and Responsible Driver Act allows illegal immigrants to receive a …

California Republicans: Online Registration Allows Voter Fraud

The California Republican Party is considering taking legal action to force the State of California to adopt a more secure system for online voter registration, alleging that the current system is too lax and allows for potential voter fraud.

California Voter Registration (Breitbart News)

It Begins: College Professor Lists Breitbart as ‘Fake News’ Site

Assistant Professor of Communication Melissa Zimdars of Merrimack College in Massachusetts has published a list of “fake news” websites that includes Breitbart News — even as the left and the tech giants are targeting “fake news” sites for destruction.

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Victory Lap for the Much-Maligned USC/L.A. Times Poll

The USC Dornsife/Los Angles Times Daybreak presidential poll, which was widely criticized by the mainstream media for showing Republican Donald Trump consistently ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton, is taking a victory lap on Wednesday morning.

Los Angeles Times (Richard Vogel / Associated Press)

L.A. Times Accuses Donald Trump of Dividing America

The Los Angeles Times published an article Sunday accusing Republican presidential nominee of dividing America with what it called “scorched-earth campaign,” objecting to Trump’s rhetoric on the campaign trail.


Louisiana GOP Defends Flood Relief Request

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Three Louisiana Republican lawmakers are pushing back after being attacked in the media and by fellow Republicans and Democrats in Congress over disaster relief money for the state’s flood victims.

A living room is seen after flood waters inundated it on August 19, 2016 in St Amant, Louisiana. Last week Louisiana was overwhelmed with flood water causing at least thirteen deaths and thousands of homes damaged by the flood waters. (Photo by