A jury on Monday recommended a death sentence for a man convicted of murdering his former girlfriend’s father and sister in a fiery 2007 attack on the family’s home that prosecutors say was an ill-conceived attempt at reuniting with his ex.
A Southern California man was convicted Friday of the murders of the father and sister of his ex-girlfriend, and the attempted murder of her mother, in what prosecutors say was an ill-conceived attempt to reunite the couple.
While MERS-CoV has so far only been reported in the Mideast and Europe, doctors and emergency departments will be on the lookout for suspicious coughs and fevers, according to a report.
The chief of the Los Angeles Police Department was set Thursday to meet with Muslim community leaders.
The University of California’s governing board confirmed its first Muslim student member Wednesday, despite some Jewish groups’ claims that she marginalized Jewish students and promoted an anti-Israel agenda.
All Saints Episcopal Church has received hate mail after agreeing to host the national convention of the Muslim Public Affairs Council next weekend.
Jurors said Hotel Shangri-LA owner Tehmina Adaya, who is a Muslim of Pakistani descent, broke the law when she ordered a Jewish group out of the hotel’s pool.
Imane Boudlal alleges she was subjected to ethnic insults such as “terrorist” and others by co-workers and supervisors while wearing her head scarf at work.
Mohammed Morsi calls Southern California home to at least some of his academic roots.
The body of a 32-year-old mother and Iraqi immigrant will be flown back to Iraq for burial after she died over the weekend from a fatal assault in her Southland home.
It turns out there isn’t a whole lot of love for Benetton’s new “Unhate” campaign.
A group of University of California students were found guilty of misdemeanor charges for disrupting a speech at UC Irvine by the Israeli ambassador in Feb. 2010
Jury deliberations have begun in the trial of 10 Muslim students charged with disrupting a speech by an Israeli diplomat at the University of California, Irvine.
A frequent contributor to a jihadist website has threatened David Letterman, urging Muslim followers to “cut the tongue” of the late-night host because of a joke the comic made on his CBS show.
The charge stemming from a speech given by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren on Feb. 8, 2010, at UC Irvine has largely become a battle over the legal definition of free speech.