For Anas Makhlouf and his Syrian national team, even the so-called home games in Asian Cup qualifying are played a long way from the fans who desperately want them to win so they’ve got something to celebrate amid a bloody civil war.
The chief of the Los Angeles Police Department was set Thursday to meet with Muslim community leaders.
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.
Demonstrators gathered in Hollywood Sunday to protest a possible military strike on Syria.
The debate over what the US should do about the Syrian government continues to rage and heat up.
President Barack Obama has canceled a planned trip to Los Angeles scheduled for next week, officials said Friday.
A Southland lawmaker sought feedback from constituents Tuesday on proposed U.S. military intervention in the crisis in Syria.
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.
Protestors defended Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and questioned the assertion his government is responsible for the August 21 attack on its people.
As turmoil continues to rise in Syria, a Syrian-born pastor, living in Southern California, is speaking out.
Romney won this debate in more ways than one – most impressively due to his dignified style.
What was most clear tonight, though, is that Mitt Romney has no idea how the world works and the Office of the President is no place for on the job training.
While he does not expect NATO military action in Syria at this point, Rep. Adam Schiff thinks more international pressure on the regime could ultimately lead to Assad’s departure.