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Posted by on Apr 13, 2018 in Stuff You Should Know | No Comments

Another Side of ISIS American reporters have managed to retrieve over 15,000 pages of documents left behind by the Islamic State (ISIS). These documents–most of which show day-to-day governmental transactions, such as land purchases and marriage certificates–help to explain how ISIS managed to stay in power for as long as it did. The bottom line […]

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Stuff YOU Should Know

Posted by on Mar 16, 2018 in Stuff You Should Know | No Comments

CA vs USA? Lately, Congress has been deeply divided over the issue of immigration reform–so much so that the federal government has shut down twice so far in 2018 as a result. The state of California, run by Democratic governor Jerry Brown, is taking the immigration debate into its own hands. As a result, the […]

YOU DECIDE: Guaranteed Basic Income

YOU DECIDE: Guaranteed Basic Income

Posted by on Feb 8, 2018 in You Decide! | No Comments

The city of Stockton, California is trying a new program to help out some of its poorest residents. It’s called Guaranteed Basic Income, or GBI. Stockton will be the first U.S. city to try it. Here’s how it works: a few dozen of the poorest households in Stockton will receive a check for $500 each […]

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Posted by on Jan 17, 2018 in Stuff You Should Know | No Comments

Deadly Mudslides in California Over the past several months, whenever we heard about California weather in the news, it was usually because of the devastating wildfires that ravaged huge portions of the state and left a wide path of death and destruction in their wake. Now, Montecito, a city in Southern California, is facing a […]

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Posted by on Dec 14, 2017 in Stuff You Should Know | No Comments

California Wildfires Worst Ever The six wildfires blazing across Southern California continue to rage, leaving death and widespread destruction in their path. As of Sunday evening, the six fires combined had claimed nearly 200,000 acres, destroyed 792 structures, and were responsible for the deaths of 43 people. The largest of the six fires is the […]

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Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Stuff You Should Know | No Comments

Zimbabwe Faces Military Coup It may seem like the United States has had more than its share of political upheaval these days. However, this is nothing compared with Zimbabwe, which has recently experienced a military coup that has placed its long-term president, Robert Mugabe, on house arrest. Mugabe, who is 93 years old, has ruled […]

#MeToo in California’s Capital

#MeToo in California’s Capital

Posted by on Oct 25, 2017 in United States | No Comments

You may have heard about Harvey Weinstein, the film producer and former film studio executive who is accused of sexually harassing and/or assaulting more than 50 women in Hollywood. The Weinstein scandal set off a tidal wave of women all over the country coming forward to share their own stories of harassment and assault, often […]

California Battles Deadly Wildfires

California Battles Deadly Wildfires

Posted by on Oct 19, 2017 in Top Stories | No Comments

Firefighters are still struggling to contain wildfires that are raging across Northern California. So far, nearly 6,000 homes and businesses have been destroyed, and 41 people killed, in what is being called the deadliest wildfire outbreak in the state’s history. How It Started The fires began over a week ago, on the night of Sunday, […]

California Republican Ousted After Climate Change Vote

California Republican Ousted After Climate Change Vote

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in Current Events | No Comments

This week, over on the Election Central Web site, the main story takes a look at the changing state of the GOP in the state of California. California Governor Jerry Brown, a Democrat, has always been a national leader in the movement to fight climate change. This latest legislation deals with expanding California’s cap-and-trade program. In […]

California Leads the Way in the Battle Against Climate Change

California Leads the Way in the Battle Against Climate Change

Posted by on Aug 2, 2017 in Science and Technology | No Comments

Back in June, Election Central brought you the story of how California governor Jerry Brown was leading a group of governors and mayors from across the country who all pledged to follow the tents of the Paris Climate Accord even after President Trump pulled the United States out of the agreement. Now, we take a […]