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Immigration affects national sovereignty

Tasneem Nora Khokhar, contributor

December 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Social Justice

Immigration affects national sovereignty Arizona Central reports between 5,000 and 7,000 migrants intercepted in a caravan by the Mexican government officials, temporarily halting its pilgrimage to the United States. While hot topics s...

‘Blue wave’​ not as big as Democrats anticipated

Michael Negrete, Times Staff

December 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

  Since Donald Trump took office two years ago, all that many of the country’s citizens that voted against him have had to look forward to is the midterm elections that were just held. Many individuals to the left of ...

Election 2018: Newsom and Cox battle for California

Mikie Negret, Times Staff

November 6, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

  In the 2018 midterm elections, voters in California will elect a candidate to succeed Jerry Brown as governor in addition to deciding on propositions crucial to the future of the state. The two candidates running...

FCC to neutralize the net

Reginald Webb, Times Staff

December 21, 2017

Filed under News

The Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal existing laws governing net neutrality. Net neutrality referred to regulation in which the internet is defined as a public utility. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai led the push to...

The Pinnacle of Cynical

The Pinnacle of Cynical

December 5, 2017

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