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  • Reps. introduce resolution to recognize Armenian Genocide

    Reps. introduce resolution to recognize Armenian Genocide
    Together with more than 40 members of the U.S. House of Representatives, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) has again introduced a bipartisan resolution calling on President Obama to restore Armenian-Turkish relations and seek the Republic of Turkey’s full acknowledgment of the Armenian Genocide.
  • Military aircrafts overhead connected to President Obama, First Lady visit

    The military aircraft that were flying above the Bob Hope Airport Tuesday are associated with an impending presidential visit, authorities said. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are slated to visit the Los Angeles area this week....

    President proposes $5 million for earthquake warning system backed by Schiff, Feinstein

    President proposes $5 million for earthquake warning system backed by Schiff, Feinstein
    President Obama has proposed spending $5 million in the upcoming federal budget on the West Coast’s earthquake early warning network, which would be a significant boost to the fledgling system if Congress approves the funding, according to the Los...

    Read On: Taking a trip to Ferguson, Mo.

    Read On: Taking a trip to Ferguson, Mo.
    I have to admit that when Barack Obama was elected president of the United States back in 2008, it seemed not only historic but incredibly exciting to everyone in my liberal-minded circle. A black president, in our lifetime. It was glorious. I felt...

    In Theory: Should the U.S. use its military might against ISIS?

    In an open letter issued in late August, 53 religious leaders, mostly Protestant and Catholic, called on the U.S. to stop using airstrikes against Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria and instead seek more peaceful means to resolving the human rights...