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Archive for February 17th, 2013
A former councilman for the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore has been found slain in his home.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is fighting to stave off across-the-board cuts to the defense budget that could happen in a couple weeks if Congress fails to reach a deal.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is marking its 20th anniversary by touring some of its exhibits across the country, stopping at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles Sunday.
The explosions targeted mainly Shiite neighborhoods. The attack comes amid increasing Shiite-Sunni tension in Iraq.
A draft of the plan, which was leaked to USA Today, proposes the creation of a "Lawful Prospective Immigrant" visa for those living here illegally.
As we pause to celebrate our exceptional leaders on Presidents Day, perhaps it's time we start contemplating a new kind of presidency — a presidency that befits these fitful times.
With the majestic Queen Mary ocean liner docked in the harbor, bagpipe players from throughout California are in Long Beach this weekend for the 20th annual "ScotsFest."
Even safely away from combat, drone operators and cyber hackers can have a major impact on military operations. Until now, there hasn't been an award for those contributions.
The Los Angeles Unified School District says a judge has dismissed a sexual harassment suit against former Superintendent Ramon Cortines.
The 2nd annual Pasadena 'Rock & Roll' half-marathon takes place early Sunday, featuring a 13.1 mile route lined with music, crowds and closed streets.
California’s Department of Conservation will host a public workshop on the controversial technique of hydraulic fracturing in Los Angeles Tuesday.
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