This week the California Assembly begins final deliberations on Sen. Ricardo Lara’s “Equity in Higher Education Act” (SB 1146). The bill, which passed the Senate in late May, has a salutary purpose — to ensure against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation at California campuses.
The parents of two Americans killed in the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, filed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton claiming, among other things, wrongful death and defamation.
High school football coach Joe Kennedy was fired for praying and now he wants his job back.
As the Democratic National Convention was ending, Donald Trump went in front of cameras to urge Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton’s private emails and hand them over to U.S. news outlets.
You’ve probably heard the very old riddle: When is a door not a door? When it’s ajar.
With the world preoccupied by America’s raucous election, the U.K.’s vote to exit the E.U., and continued terrorism in Europe and the Middle East, North Korea fired a missile Wednesday more than 600 miles into Japanese waters, just 155 miles off its shores.
About two-thirds of voters say Hillary Clinton isn’t “honest or trustworthy,” which in most elections would be decisive. With so much media focus on Donald Trump, it’s worth parsing Mrs. Clinton’s most recent efforts to persuade voters of her honesty.
There’s been quite a bit of scuttlebutt lately over whether the Democrats are going to try and steal the presidential election.
Dear Mr. Trump,Apparently you didn’t get the memo – the one that told you the difference between competing in the primaries and running in the general election.
As the polls continue to take shape after the conventions, we’re seeing Hillary Clinton further solidify her lead with African Americans, Latinos, voters under 30 and women. She’s made considerable gains with Independents and is, miraculously, chipping away at Trump’s lead with white Americans.