Riverside County Lawmaker seeks to end California’s ‘Sanctuary State’ policies

NORCO, CA — An Inland Empire lawmaker Wednesday said he will submit legislation seeking to end California's "sanctuary state" protections for any illegal immigrant offender who has committed sexual offenses against minors.

Two Imperfect Messengers Take On Abortion

In the summer of 2019, as a crowded Democratic primary was picking up speed, Joe Biden was on the defensive, pummeled by abortion-rights groups...

Over 108,000 Californians on Medicare to See $35 Insulin Cap: Inland Empire to Benefit from Healthcare Savings

In a move to elevate healthcare affordability, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, alongside Representative Pete Aguilar, announced groundbreaking measures to reduce prescription drug costs for Californians

How California’s Fire Season Might Shape Up This Year

Wildland fires burned roughly 325,000 acres and damaged 70 buildings across the state last year, making the fire season one of the least destructive in the past decade and a significant departure from some terrible recent fire years.

Biden faces protest over his support for Israel during White House meeting

President Joe Biden has faced protests over the conflict in Gaza all over the country, but this week he confronted one inside the White House itself.