The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church has issued an apology after controversial comments were made during a sermon delivered weeks ago.
The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church is at the center of a growing controversy after he purportedly compared police officers to the Ku Klux Klan in a recent sermon.
Police in Orange County Monday were investing several pieces of Ku Klux Klan propaganda that were distributed throughout a local neighborhood.
Students returned Monday to an Inglewood high school to find graffiti on campus and classrooms vandalized.
Residents in the city of Orange say Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers are being dropped in their neighborhood, using illegal immigration as an issue to attract new members.
A veteran Superior Court judge reportedly said “people don’t have a sense of humor any more” after being admonished by a state review board.