Obama has spent two long weekends at Sunnylands since June, mixing diplomatic duties with the pursuit of a favorite pastime: golf.
President Barack Obama took a rare opportunity to relax and play golf Saturday in a sprawling estate right outside Palm Springs after spending Friday in meetings with California leaders on drought and with Jordan’s King to discuss issues concerning the Middle East.
Seeking crucial help for a key Middle Eastern ally, President Barack Obama announced late Friday that he will ask Congress to approve a new round of financial aid for Jordan.
“There are a lot of talented people out there looking for jobs,” said one woman.
Iris Stevenson, a fixture at the school since 1985, hasn’t been allowed in the classroom since December for unknown reasons.
The governor revealed Wednesday he’s prepared to move water from Southern California to drier areas of the state as conditions worsen.
Two Los Angeles City Council members joined with immigration rights activists Wednesday in support of a resolution urging President Obama to stop immigration deportations.
President Obama arrived in Los Angeles late Monday afternoon and quickly began his planned two-day visit by heading to Beverly Hills for a pair of fundraisers.
President Obama will arrive in Los Angeles Monday afternoon for a planned, two-day visit.
A group of visual effects artists plan to hold a demonstration to protest the loss of jobs to overseas companies when President Obama visits the DreamWorks Animation facility in Glendale this week.
President Barack Obama will visit the home of “Shrek” next week to deliver remarks on the economy.
Some immediate fixes can address problems that are becoming evident as provisions of the new law take effect.
The President’s proposed attack and the deaths of hundreds of innocent people is bringing up painful memories for the families who lost loved ones in the attacks of 9/11. CBS2′s Suraya Fadel spoke with one family about what this means to them on the eve of that deadly anniversary.
As turmoil continues to rise in Syria, a Syrian-born pastor, living in Southern California, is speaking out.
Reverend Rick Hoyt of First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles said Friday he’s cautiously optimistic of proposed reforms to the National Security Agency.