Kamala Harris on Monday announced that American corporations and international organizations will invest$1.2 billion in Central America.
The U.S. Treasury is reporting a record amount of taxes collected in the first two months of fiscal 2022 — $565,135,000,000.
Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom recently announced California will be a “sanctuary state” for women seeking to abort their child in the wake of the Texas Heartbeat Act that protects the unborn.
Hundreds of students at San Francisco high schools staged a walkout to protest officials ignoring claims of sexual harassment and assault.
Pro-life groups are praising the SCOTUS decision in Whole Women's Health v. Jackson to let the abortion law stand as litigation continues.
A girl and her mother are suing a Indiana school district for refusing to treat her as a boy, including lettng her use the boy's bathroom.
The man who is on the UPenn's women’s swim team is speaking out in the wake of outrage over his breaking records competing against females.
The Stanford University school Senate denied funding requested by the College Republicans for former Vice President Mike Pence to speak on campus.
Some schools in California are using social justice tactics to try to repair the damage done to school-age children over the past almost two years of coronavirus lockdowns and remote learning.
Biden signed an executive order to make the vast fleet of government vehicles and thousands of federal buildings carbon-emission free by 2050.
The leader of the Los Angeles Black Lives Matter is standing in solidarity with accused race hoaxer Jussie Smollett in a trial the BLM leader claims is a "white supremacist charade.
A Safeway in San Francisco’s Castro District is taking the law in its own hands by fortifying the outlet to reduce the surge in shoplifting.
The U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on Tuesday issued a public health advisory on the mental health issues he said youth are facing from the harsh lockdowns and other protocols put in place during the coronavirus pandemic.
Charles Louis “Sonny Boy” Saunders is being laid to rest in his Texas hometown 80 years after he died in the Pearl Harbor attack.
The supply chain necessary to produce electric vehicles is littered with nations that abuse human rights and environmental best practices.
The online behemoth Amazon is trying to bypass the supply chain crisis by hiring private shipping vessels to transport products globally.
Former Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) officially launched his bid for Georgia governor on Monday, taking aim at the lead Democrat candidate, Stacey Abrams, in a video announcing his candidacy.
Journalists who cover crime in Oakland, California, are now becoming the victims of crimes as news crews are being targeting for expensive equipment.
The brazen shooting of an 81-year-old woman in her L.A. home and ongoing "smash and grab" crimes have put the city at a policing crossroads.
A woman who took more than $40,000 in merchandize from a SF Target is no longer behind bars as the city faces a surge in retail theft.
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