This isn't the first itme I've posted this photo, but I like it. The banner with this Marine's name was hanging along with many others featuring names of local service members - most of them also with Latino surnames - along the main streets a couple of years ago in Bell Gardens, a city in southeast Los Angeles County.
Immigration reform could be on new Congress' agenda - Boston Globe Since President Obama's reelection last week, aided by the support of Latino voters, "several Republican leaders, including House Speaker John Boehner, have said the GOP needs to reckon with immigration reform and pass a comprehensive bill.
Sandra Tsing Loh was a bit skeptical about her candidate winning on Tuesday.It’s almost too easy being a Democrat in California. When I picked up my 10 year old from the school bus Tuesday afternoon, all the kids were joyously chanting “O-ba-ma! O-ba-ma!” as lockstep as in any madrassah.
Author Mark Bowden has provided one of the most extensive accounts of the long hunt for bin Laden in his new book “The Finish: The Killing of Osama bin Laden.” It is the first such publication written with the cooperation of President Barack Obama, who granted Bowden a lengthy exclusive interview for the book.
As the USC and UCLA football teams gear up to play this weekend, fans are already excited for the match. We'll have two dedicated fans in to talk about the importance of the game, the history between the two teams and what this means for them and their families this upcoming weekend.
When it come to the fiscal cliff, it's California that's peering over the edge. A report by George Mason University shows our state will lose over 225,000 jobs through the end of next year if Congress doesn't act.
Five women were elected to the Senate last week, bringing a total of 20 female senators to the chamber. They include Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Mazie Hirono (D-HI), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass), Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Deb Fischer (R-NE);
Just when you thought all the campaigning was over here comes The Oscars. The awards nominations won't be announced until January 10, 2013, and the statues won't be handed out until February 24, but voting for nominees begins next month and the star-making machinery is shifting into high gear.