Sen. Barbara Boxer
California Sen. Barbara Boxer on Friday called on an oil company to stop production at its Los Angeles facility after some residents complained of nosebleeds, headaches, dizziness and respiratory problems.
While demonstrators took to downtown streets in Los Angeles Saturday, locals, politicians and Syrian expats, debated what the United States should do in the civil war-torn country.
U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer wants the Justice Department to investigate if California utility executives deceived federal regulators about an equipment swap at the San Onofre nuclear power plant that eventually led to a radiation leak, The AP reported.
The nation’s largest gun-rights lobby called Friday for armed police officers to be posted in every American school to stop the next killer “waiting in the wings.”
The House is set to vote on a bill that could potentially keep any Americans who owe $50,000 or more in back taxes from traveling outside the U.S.
Two miles of sky over the Empire Polo Field will be restricted airspace during the Coachella music festival in Indio next month.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Sen. Barbara Boxer went on the offensive Thursday in an effort to salvage rapidly-deteriorating infrastructure around the city.
A White House plan that could create thousands of jobs in California is getting a major endorsement from one of the state’s Democratic leaders.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) says hundreds of commercial airliners that routinely fly throughout the continental U.S. could be at risk.
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer joined the mayor Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport to call for a long-term fix to a funding shortage at the FAA.
Sen. Barbara Boxer is calling on lawmakers to give millions the chance to refinance their home loans or face another potential meltdown in the housing market.
Sen. Barbara Boxer wants the Environmental Protection Agency to act urgently to save the town of Mecca from seeing more people fall ill.
U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer says its time to look at adopting more stringent regulations nationwide governing who can legally carry concealed weapons.
Researchers say brass plumbing products can yield high levels of lead into drinking water — even in brand new buildings using products with specifications required under California law.