“It may come as a surprise to a few of you here that I’ve been thinking a little bit about running,” Perry said to laughter.
The Justice Department will appeal a federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocked President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, the White House said Tuesday.
Obama was playing Sunday at Porcupine Creek in Rancho Mirage. The owner is Oracle software company co-founder Larry Ellison.
Vice President Joe Biden Wraps Up SoCal Visit With Keynote At Patient Safety, Science and Technology Summit
Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the summit Friday.
529 College Plans allow for parents to start college funds for their children in an account, where growth is tax-free when used for schooling.
President Obama reached out to a younger generation today with a live online interview with three of the most popular YouTubers on the internet.
President Obama will field questions today from representatives of the online audience, represented by popular YouTubers Bethany Mota, GloZell Green, and Hank Green.
As millions watch the State of the Union address from home, seated near first lady Michelle Obama Tuesday will be a group of Los Angeles-area residents.
President Obama, the leader of the free world, will field questions from representatives of the online audience, represented by three popular YouTubers.
A California congressman is weighing in on North Korea, one day after its governing body hurled a racial slur at President Obama and issued renewed threats against the United States.
The Sony hack scandal has just intensified with North Korea calling President Obama “a monkey” and blaming the U.S. for shutting down its internet.
The disappearance of a plane carrying hundreds, the fall of an iconic comedian, and the rise of a brutal terror group are just some of the biggest news stories of the year. Here are CBS Local’s top ten news stories of 2014.
The FBI said Friday there’s enough evidence to conclude the North Korean government was responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Nearly 2,000 showed up for the event, many of whom hoped to find out if they are eligible under the order, which promises, among other things, to shield parents of U.S.-born children from deportation for three years.
And the rain had nothing to do with it.