A geospatial technology is now available in California schools that has the power to enrich knowledge of others by examining every aspect of their world.
“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 Federal Aviation Administration has revealed new proposals for regulations supporting the commercial use of small drones.
For the second time in three seasons, President Barack Obama honored the Kings and the Galaxy in the nation’s capitol.
A decorator from Orange County, who fought and defeated Cancer three times, has been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity — to decorate a room in the White House for the holidays.
Mayor Eric Garcetti spoke Wednesday at a White House special event in honor of those who have helped immigrants navigate the naturalization process.
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The Obama administration is under fire after announcing plans to increase deportations of those caught crossing into the US illegally.
Professor Michael Shires spoke with KCAL9’s Amy Johnson Saturday morning about what the announcement of a unity government in the Middle East means for peace in the region.
The film, “Cesar Chavez”, looks at a critical period in Chavez’s life, including the grape boycott, which he started to bring national attention to the deplorable working conditions of farm workers.
An Apple Valley man accepted the Congressional Medal of Honor at the White House Tuesday on behalf of his brother who was racially overlooked.
Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, are among the best places for an historic vacation in the US.
The city of Los Angeles could receive as much as $500 million in grant money over the next decade under a federal program to fight poverty and improve quality of life, according to reports.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker wants the White House to put a rug woven by Armenian orphans and given to President Calvin Coolidge nearly a century ago on public display.
The final installment of secretly recorded phone calls and meetings from President Richard Nixon’s White House will be released Wednesday, marking a final chapter in a campaign for public access that continues as memories of Watergate fade.