A group of conservative activists carried out a protest against Bed Bath & Beyond storein Larkspur, California, on Tuesday after the chain store dropped MyPillow products over founder Mike Lindell's criticism of the 2020 election.
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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed Tuesday that President Joe Biden could still achieve "unity" with 74 million supporters of Donald Trump despite urging the Senate to hold a trial of the former president.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) delivered a strident address on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday afternoon in which he cited examples of Democrats encouraging violence and aggressive behavior against Trump supporters and Republicans.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to say Tuesday what concessions, if any, President Joe Biden would require from the Palestinians in exchange for the benefits that he promised to provide them during his election campaign.
Some Democrats are beginning to support a recall effort aimed at incumbent California Gov. Gavin Newsom, with left-wing billionaire mega-donorChamath Palihapitiya jumping into the race this week.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder urged Democrats on Monday to pack the Supreme Court in response to what he called a crisis of "legitimacy" brought about by the appointment of a conservative majority.
LOS ANGELES, California -- Los Angeles County health authorities announced Monday that they would permit area restaurants to resume service for outdoor dining by the end of the week, after Gov.
President Joe Biden has issued more executive orders in his first week in office -- not yet complete, as of this writing -- than any of his 45 predecessors.
President Joe Biden threw aside his inaugural pledge to seek "unity," declaring Monday evening that the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump "has to happen.
Jen Psaki Struggles to Explain Why Joe Biden's South Africa Travel Ban Isn't 'Xenophobic' Like Trump's China Travel Ban
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki struggled to explain Monday why President Joe Biden's travel ban on South Africa was not "xenophobic" -- which is how then-candidate Biden described President Donald Trump's ban on China last year.
The State of California will reportedly lift stay-at-home orders that applied to most counties in the state on Monday, as a surge in coronavirus cases that had limited hospital capacity in many regions has begun to subside.
California welcomed rain this weekend -- including a storm that brought a dusting of snow to Malibu, near Los Angeles -- as the state hoped to emerge from a new drought.
The State of New Mexico voted for Joe Biden in November, sending its five electoral votes to the Democratic candidate. Yet today the state is alarmed by newly-inaugurated President Biden's 60-day suspension of oil and gas leasing.
President Joe Biden's first actions included a directive that suspends President Donald Trump's executive order aimed at lowering the prices of insulin and epinephrine, which was to have gone into effect on Friday, January 22.
President Joe Biden used his first telephone conversation withPresident Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico on Saturday to bash his predecessor, President Donald Trump.
Larry King, one of the most formidable interviewers on television, passed away at the age of 87.
The State of California became the worst of the 50 states in distributing its share of coronavirus vaccines on Thursday, as other states picked up their pace.
President Joe Biden's first day in office may have been historic in more ways than one: he may have set a single-day record for the number of jobs killed by an American president.
Newly-installed Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) rose to the Senate floor Friday morning to declare that Senators would have to decide whether "Donald John Trump incited the erection.
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday that the City of Los Angeles would require all employees to undergo "implicit bias" training as part of an effort to achieve "racial justice.
President Joe Biden made Unity™ the theme of his Inaugural Address. It is a standard that he is already failing to meet.
Taxpayer-funded National Public Radio (NPR) declared Tuesday that one of the "takeaways" from President Joe Biden's inauguration is that "Truth matters again."
Biden has little known association with Cesar Chavez, and never mentioned him in his 2007 political memoir, Promises to Keep.
Jen Psaki broke President Biden's Inaugural promise, just hours earlier, to fight "lies" with "truth" when she falsely claimed the travel ban was a "Muslim ban."
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to say Wednesday whether President Joe Biden wanted the Senate to hold a trial to determine if President Donald Trump should be barred from federal office, following his impeachment last week.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) defended Republican colleagues Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) on Tuesday over their objections to the Electoral College vote on January 6, saying they were exercising their "freedom" as Senators.
Rabbi Michael Beals of Wilmington, Delaware, compared President-elect Joe Biden to Moses leading the Jews out of Egypt -- away from "an autocratic, cruel Pharaoh" -- in a send-off ceremony on Tuesday afternoon.
Tony Blinken pushed the Russia hoax, praised open borders, defended China, and backed the Iraq War. He has been a champion of failed conventional wisdom.
The immediate task is to push back against Joe Biden's radical policies. Beyond that, rebuilding without Donald Trump must still include his policies, the "MAGA" agenda.
TheLos Angeles Times published an analysis of President-elect Joe Biden's forthcoming policies and concluded that he wants to "make America California again." Not the Ronald Reagan version: rather, the contemporary left-wing bubble.
President-elect Joe Biden plans to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office, according to several news sources.
The new, more easily transmitted strain of coronavirus first identified in the United Kingdom late last year has been found in Los Angeles County, according to public health officials, a sign that the ongoing surge in the region will likely continue.
40% of Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters have failed to turn up for voluntary vaccination against the coronavirus, following a pattern of reluctance seen among many front-line health care workers and first responders.
This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the most important since the federal holiday was first observed, under President Ronald Reagan, in 1986.
The California Highway Patrol has denied a permit to a protest titled "Let Freedom Ring" that was to have taken place Sunday outside the State Capitol building in Sacramento.
Professor John Eastman retired Wednesday from Chapman University after speaking at last week's rally for President Donald Trump in Washington, DC, which is associated with the riot in the Capitol that led to a second impeachment.
Democrats called President Donald Trump a racist several times during the House debate on impeachment Wednesday, taking advantage of a temporary rule change they passed earlier this week.
Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) warned Democrats on Wednesday they would be accountable for the actions of the "lunatic fringe of their movement" if they impeached President Donald Trump for the Capitol riot after he urged peaceful protest.
The parallels between King Uzziah and President Trump are striking. Uzziah did not turn against his faith, but pursued it with excessive zeal.
Vice President Mike Pence quoted Ecclesiastes 3:3 -- "A time to heal" -- in his letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Tuesday, subtly reminding her that she had recently used that verse to call for an end to the country's divisions.
Twitter has spoken out in favor of free speech, and against the shutdown of the Internet -- in Uganda.
Sheldon Adelson, a billionaire casino magnate, veteran, and philanthropist known for his donation to conservative and pro-Israel causes, passed away Monday night at the age of 87 at his home in Malibu, California.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) argued in a tweet Monday evening that the fact that President Donald Trump has been banned from social media should alone justify removing him from office.
At least 5,000 law school students and alumni have signed a petition urging that Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) be disbarred for their attempt to urge the Senate to reject the Electoral College vote making Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
Vice President Mike Pence will reportedly attend the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20, though President Donald Trump will not, a nod to the tradition of demonstrating a peaceful transfer of power.
The State of California has so much cash, thanks to a revenue surplus, that it may be required to return some to taxpayers, according to a new budget proposal from Gov.
President-elect Joe Biden compared Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels on Friday, saying they shared responsibility with President Donald Trump for the riot on Capitol Hill.
The left has rioted in response to losing elections for the last decade, claiming, "This is what democracy looks like!" Some got the message.
President-elect Joe Biden repeated the false claim Thursday that President Donald Trump had praised neo-Nazis in deadly riots in Charlottesville in August 2017.
President-elect Joe Biden repeated his false claims that Trump had cleared protesters with "tear gas" and held a Bible "upside-down."
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) used a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday evening to attack President Donald Trump and "the people who follow him" in the wake of deadly riots that overran the Capitol earlier in the day.
The City of Detroit filed a motion Tuesday night seeking to punish attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood for their challenges to the November 2020 election results, seeking to prohibit them from practicing law in part of Michigan, among other sanctions.
Brian Fallon, a former spokesman for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, celebrated Democrats' victories in the Georgia runoffs for U.S. Senate on Tuesday by urging his party to "eliminate the filibuster," make D.C.
The State of California sent $42 million in unemployment benefits to inmates in prisons and jails in other states, part of $4 billion in similar losses to fraud, according to an internal investigation of theEmployment Development Department.
Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley announced Tuesday afternoon that no police would face criminal charges in the August 2020 shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake Jr., which triggered large riots in the Wisconsin town.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has authorized the deployment of 500 National Guard members to help local law enforcement prevent violence in the city of Kenosha ahead of an anticipated court decision about the shooting of Jacob Blake Jr.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger would not answer when asked directly by Martha MacCallum of Fox News on Monday afternoon whether he was behind the release of an audio recording of his phone call with President Donald Trump on Saturday.
Democrat Jon Ossoff is running for one of two U.S. Senate seats up for grabs in the Georgia runoffs on January 5.
An inflatable costume worn by a staff member on Christmas to bring cheer to fellow emergency room staffers at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center is suspected to have contributed to a coronavirus outbreak that infected 43 and killed one.
Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer (R) has signed a recall petition aimed at California Governor Gavin Newsom (D), the latest sign that the campaign is gaining momentum -- and that, if successful, Newsom could face a formidable opponent.
A federal judge on Friday blocked an effort by Stacey Abrams's group, Fair Fight, to obtain a temporary restraining order against election monitoring activities in Georgia by True The Vote, an organization that exists to stop voter fraud nationwide.
Attorney L. Lin Wood, who has made some of the boldest claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, tweeted Friday that Vice President Mike Pence could face arrest and imprisonment for treason, and execution by firing squad.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio danced with his wife in Times Square before midnight on New Year's Eve while keeping the rest of New York out of the famed plaza for the first time history as he enforced coronavirus restrictions.
Happy New Year! 2020 was dismal, but there were some things that went so well that we should bring them into 2021.
Up to half of health care workers in some parts of California are refusing to take the coronavirus vaccine, despite scientific evidence that it is safe, leading to a potential surplus of doses and renewed questions about the system for allocating them.
L.A. County Supervisor Janice Hahn has written to Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to ask that he request the return of the hospital ship U.S.N.S.Mercy to provide additional hospital bed capacity as the area struggles with an ongoing coronavirus surge.
TheAssociation of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) of Los Angeles County sued newly-installed, George Soros-backed District Attorney George Gascón on Wednesday over his recent orders to reduce sentence enhancements for certain crimes.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that the new, more easily transmissible strain of coronavirus found recently in the United Kingdom had also been discovered in California.
Congressman-elect Luke Letlow (R-LA) Dies from Coronavirus; 9th-generation Louisianan Fought 'Slow-boil Socialism'
Representative-elect Luke Letlow (R-LA) died Tuesday from coronavirus at the age of 41, five days before he was due to be sworn in as a member of the 117th Congress, representing the people of Louisiana's rural 5th congressional district.
A statue of Abraham Lincoln was defaced over the weekend at San Francisco's City Hall, the latest assault on the 16th president, who is also known as the Great Emancipator for his role in leading the Civil War and ultimately abolishing slavery.
The State of California officially has the worst coronavirus outbreak in the country -- as well as the tightest restrictions.
The City of Beverly Hills has contacted the upscale La Scala restaurant to discourage it from holding an indoors party on New Years Eve after invitations were circulated in takeout bags advertising a Prohibition-era-style "speakeasy" dinner.
President Donald Trump declined to sign the coronavirus relief and stimulus bill on Saturday evening as he pushed for higher stimulus payments of $2000 rather than $600, meaning millions of Americans would exhaust their unemployment benefits.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris issued a greeting "to everyone who is celebrating" Kwanzaa on Saturday, recalling her family's celebration of the holiday as "one of my favorite childhood memories.
Rush Limbaugh's words were more than a rebuke of Joe Biden's pessimism. They were timely counsel to conservatives who say Trump's departure means America's doom.
President-elect Joe Biden and First Lady-to-be Dr. Jill Biden sang "Happy Birthday" to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci on Thursday, marking his 80th birthday.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted to theNew York Times in an interview published Thursday that he has shifted the targets for "herd immunity" from the coronavirus pandemic.
Printiful, a print-on-demand website, has announced that it is dropping "Free Kyle" merchandise that the family of teenager Kyle Rittenhouse was using to raise money for his legal defense against murder charges in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Halie Soifer's organization, the Jewish Democratic Council of America, was criticized by the ADL in September for abusing the Holocaust.
Marc Elias, who arranged the "Russia dossier" and led Democrat efforts to expand vote-by-mail, wants Nancy Pelosi's House to overturn a Republican victory in Iowa.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Vetoes Plan to Redistribute 'Defund the Police' Funds for Not Being Progressive Enough
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti vetoed a plan backed by black and Latino members of the City Council to redistribute money cut from the police Tuesday because he said it was too focused on everyday needs and not on the "call of history.
California Governor Gavin Newsom earned praise from Latino politicians for nominating Secretary of State Alex Padilla (D) to replace Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as she takes office as Vice President -- but also earned criticism from black leaders.
Several leading conservatives are renewing their call for Joe Biden to release his banking records to prove he has no link to Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings -- and they are asking congressional Republicans to demand Biden come clean.
President-elect Joe Biden offered a bleak, pessimistic message during a press briefing on Tuesday, telling Americans that the worst is yet to come in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
President-elect Joe Biden greeted the passage Monday night of a massive, 6,000-page coronavirus relief and spending bill with calls for more spending on the pandemic in the new year.
The Senate joined the House on Monday evening in passing a coronavirus relief and stimulus bill nearly 6,000 pages long.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a massive $900 billion coronavirus relief and stimulus bill on Monday evening, mere hours after the nearly 6,000-page legislation was released.
The coronavirus relief bill released Monday includes $250 million in investment aid for the Palestinians and for encouraging Israeli-Palestinian dialogue in a provision titled the "Nita M.
Soros-funded DA George Gascon Apologizes to Murder Victim's Family for Telling Them to 'Keep Their Mouth Shut'
Newly-installed Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón has apologized to the family of murder victimJoshua Rodriguez for telling them to "keep their mouth shut" as they protested his appearance in Pomona, California on Friday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that there were 81,230 drug overdose deaths in the year ending May 2020 -- a new record, driven by fentanyl, with deaths accelerating during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.
Drug overdoses have killed 621 people in San Francisco this year, nearly four times as many as have been killed by COVID-19, according to theSan Francisco Chronicle.
The Coalition for Jewish Values, a group of traditional rabbis, accused Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock of "antisemitic rhetoric" on Friday.
President-elect Joe Biden has yet to appoint any prominent supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to his incoming administration in the month and-a-half since the November 3 presidential election.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday evening that he had turned down an offer to join President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet, despite speculation that he would be rewarded for his early endorsement of the former vice president with a post.
Newly-installed Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is doing everything he said he would do while campaigning. And now we Angelinos are scratching our heads, thinking: "What have we done?"
Deb Haaland would be the first Native American Cabinet secretary, as Secretary of the Interior, but Vice President Charles Curtis was the first Native American to serve in the Cabinet.
Newly-released texts from former FBI agent Peter Strzok suggest that the Obama administration's investigation of then-candidate Donald Trump for supposed "Russia collusion" began earlier than the official government narrative has acknowledged.
Judge Kenneth Starr told the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on Wednesday that states that had gone outside their legislatures to change election laws and procedures had probably violated the U.S.
Two strip clubs successfully sued San Diego County on Wednesday, as Superior Court Judge Joel Wohlfeil ruled that they can stay open during the coronavirus, and extended his ruling to restaurants across the county that had been forced to close.
Marc Elias, Democrat Lawyer Behind Russia 'Dossier,' Involved in Seven Lawsuits over Georgia Senate Runoff
Marc Elias, the Democrat lawyer behind the Russia "dossier" in 2016, and a slew of lawsuits to expand vote-by-mail in the 2020 presidential election, is involved in seven lawsuits regarding the rules for the Georgia Senate runoff to be held Jan.