One Of Main Functions Of ISIS’ Magazine Is ‘To Argue State Is Legitimate,’ Expert Says The Islamic State group's release of an online feature magazine is one of the key weapons in the terrorist organization’s campaign to win over recruits and argue for its legitimacy, an expert said Thursday. Record Water Savings Shows Big Cuts To California Supplies Feasible Water use in drought-stricken California plunged by record levels in May, and Gov. Jerry Brown's administration cited that as proof cities can hit steep summer conservation targets they have blasted as unfair.
Macy’s To Trump: You’re Fired Even President Obama Weighs In On Debate Over Peas In Guacamole Bill To Revive Restrictions On Sex-Offender Housing Stalls Environmentalists Want Brown To Stop Offshore Fracking New Laws In Effect July 1 Include 3 Days Of Paid Sick Leave For 6 Million Workers Law Enforcement Officials Remain On Alert From Coast To Coast Ahead Of July 4 Weekend Transgender Immigration Detainees May Be Housed By Gender President, Celebrities Take To Twitter To Celebrate Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling
Malibu’s ‘Billionaire’s Beach’ Now Open To The Public For First Time Ever Not everyone is celebrating the new entrance to Carbon Beach West. Did You Know Car Thefts Spike In July? The CHP says, on average, a car is stolen in California every three minutes.
Army Of Volunteers Help Repair Injured Veteran’s Murrieta Home Only On 9: LAPD Officer Saves Man Choking Inside West Hills Restaurant Lancaster Organizations Call For Justice In Young Man’s Murder Armed Robbery Suspect Barricades Himself Inside Metro PCS Store In Palms 12-Year-Old Cancer Survivor, Ultra-Marathoner Team Up To Inspire Young Patients Public Utilities Commission Unanimously Passes Re-Vamped Rate Structure CHP In Pursuit Of Reckless Driver From Ventura County To Culver City 7 Seriously Hurt, Including 4 Ejected From SUV, In Rollover Crash Near Perris