Parts of California still recovering from last year’s devastating wildfires are now bracing for mudslides.
New details are coming to light over the shooting death of a California police officer. One America’s Guillermo Mijares has more on the bizarre history of the shooter.
Government watchdog Judicial Watch announces it’s settled with the state of California and Los Angeles County to clear as many as 1.5 million inactive names from its voter rolls. One America’s Jack Posobiec sat down with Tom Fitton to learn more.
A federal judge is cracking down on a California utility company over its suspected role in the deadliest wildfire in the state’s history.
California’s ‘Camp Fire’ has topped the list as 2018’s costliest natural disaster. On Tuesday, the German reinsurance company Munich RE reported the blaze cost up to $16.5 billion in pure damages.
California’s new governor is vowing the state “will be a sanctuary to all who seek it” in direct opposition of the Trump administration’s hardline stance against those policies.
Outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown said the state’s controversial sanctuary law was not linked to the death of police officer, who was killed by an illegal immigrant.
The Department of Homeland Security is being forced to release thousands of detained illegal immigrant families into the U.S. due to overcrowded detention centers. According to DHS, 2,000 illegal immigrants arrested at the southern border have been released over the past few weeks.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 12:30 p.m. PT – Weds. January 2, 2019 President Trump meets with his cabinet as the partial government shutdown enters its 12th…