Hillary Clinton Is Getting More Involved In The Midterms

CNN- Hillary Clinton is getting more involved in the 2018 midterms. Clinton, through her political organization Onward Together, donated the maximum of $5,000 to 19 Democratic House candidates and four secretary of state candidates in June, according to the group’s filings with the Federal Election Commission. The donations represent the most concentrated midterm effort the former Democratic presidential nominee has made to date and further … Continue reading Hillary Clinton Is Getting More Involved In The Midterms

Palo Alto ICE Contractor Targeted By Protestors

ABC 7- With protestors blocking the front door, chanting, no one was entering or leaving the Palo Alto offices of Palantir during the noon hour Tuesday. A coaltion of 15 groups representing immigrants rights, unions, labor and Democrats want Palantir to cancel its contract with ICE for a case management system. Published reports say that contract is worth $59 million. Read More Continue reading Palo Alto ICE Contractor Targeted By Protestors

Trump Supporters Lawsuit Against The San Jose Police Can Move Forward

CBS San Francisco- A group of South Bay Trump supporters who were caught in an angry crowd during a 2016 protest scored a court victory Friday when a panel of judges ruled their lawsuit against San Jose police can go forward. A three-judge panel with Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with Trump supporter Juan Hernandez, the lead plaintiff in a federal lawsuit against the … Continue reading Trump Supporters Lawsuit Against The San Jose Police Can Move Forward

Inland Empire Homeownership Drops To 60%, 17th Lowest In The National

Press Enterprise- The Inland Empire’s homeownership rate dipped in the second quarter as more homes for sale stood empty. In Riverside and San Bernardino counties, new census stats show 60.1 percent of households lived in homes they owned in the second quarter, the 17th lowest rate among the nation’s 75 metropolitan largest regions. The second quarter ownership level compares with 61.2 percent in the previous … Continue reading Inland Empire Homeownership Drops To 60%, 17th Lowest In The National

Cox Distances Himself From President Trump, ‘He’s His Own Man’

ABC 7- Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox may have aligned himself with the president during the primary, but he wants to emphasize to voters – he’s his own man. Eyewitness News reporter Josh Haskell sat down with Cox for a one-on-one interview on Thursday and talked to the candidate about how he plans to lead the state. “I think most people in this state are … Continue reading Cox Distances Himself From President Trump, ‘He’s His Own Man’

Federal Judge In Los Angeles To Appoint ‘Special Monitor’ To Evaluate Detention Facilities

KPCC- A federal judge in Los Angeles will appoint an independent monitor to evaluate conditions for immigrant children in U.S. border facilities. The decision comes after immigration lawyers argued that the Trump administration has been holding children and their parents in inhumane conditions. The government denied the allegations, and opposed the appointment of a monitor. Read More Continue reading Federal Judge In Los Angeles To Appoint ‘Special Monitor’ To Evaluate Detention Facilities

California Man Charged With 15 Felonies For California Fires

Daily Mail- A man was charged on suspicion of starting multiple fires that burned five homes on Friday and prompted thousands of evacuations from an entire Southern California mountain town. Brandon McGlover was charged with 15 felony counts that carry a potential sentence of life in prison if convicted, according to the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. McGlover was arrested on Wednesday and accused of starting … Continue reading California Man Charged With 15 Felonies For California Fires

Philadelphia Mayor Says City Won’t Share Arrest Database With ICE

Philadelphia Inquirer- Mayor Kenney won’t renew a controversial city contract that allows federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to access a key law-enforcement database, known as PARS, and use that information against undocumented but otherwise law-abiding immigrants in Philadelphia. “I cannot in good conscience allow the agreement to continue,” the mayor said. The decision, announced Friday, follows months of consultation with community groups, lawyers, and … Continue reading Philadelphia Mayor Says City Won’t Share Arrest Database With ICE