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  • Despite hate mail, Pasadena church will host Muslim event

     
    Despite receiving a slew of hate mail, All Saints Church in Pasadena is moving forward with a conference hosted by the Muslim Public Affairs Council -- the first time the organization has conducted an event at a Christian church. All......
  • Billionaire alumnus gives $50 million to Claremont McKenna College

     
    Claremont McKenna College announced Wednesday that alumnus and billionaire financier George Roberts has given $50 million to the liberal arts college....
  • Transportation secretary defends bullet train at House hearing

     
    U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood vigorously defended California’s high-speed rail project in the face of sharp criticism from a pair of Golden State Republicans at a Capitol Hill hearing....
  • Whale, likely struck by ship, washes ashore dead in Malibu

     
    A young 41-foot male Fin Whale that washed onto a Malibu beach was likely struck by a ship, wildlife officials said Wednesday....
  • Petition demands Villaraigosa resign from Fix the Debt campaign

     
    More than 5,000 people have signed an online petition demanding that L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa resign from a steering committee of the Fix the Debt campaign, a national bipartisan group lobbying for Congress and the White House to address the...
  • Claremont McKenna names legal scholar as next president

     
    Claremont McKenna College announced its new president Thursday: Hiram E. Chodosh, the dean of the University of Utah’s law school and an expert on legal affairs and anti-corruption measures in the Middle East and Asia. Chodosh will succeed Pamela B....
  • Villaraigosa defends association with Fix the Debt campaign

     
    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa defended his decision to join the Fix the Debt campaign, a national bipartisan lobbying group, even as an online petition calling for him to quit the group surpassed 8,000 signatures. On Tuesday, Villaraigosa...
  • WikiLeaks founder Assange loses legal challenge to extradition

     
    Britain's Supreme Court judges dismiss Assange's last call for delay; Wikileaks founder can be extradited to Sweden on sexual assault allegations judges rule....
  • 'No way to implement' Arizona immigration law, Villaraigosa says

     
    A day after the Supreme Court handed down its decision on Arizona’s controversial immigration law, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa gathered with activists on the steps of City Hall to address the ruling and lay out plans for what they...
  • Undocumented woman hopes to become medical assistant someday

     
    The 20-year-old sported skinny jeans and a tie-dyed shirt that read "Boston College" in rhinestones on the day she dared to announce her plan to stay in America. On her feet were pink-and-orange hightops; on her face, a mask of black sunglasses....
  • Ecuador grants asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

     
    Ecuador said it would grant political asylum to Julian Assange, the controversial founder of the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website who has been holed up for nearly two months inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London in a bid to avoid extradition to...