Revenge porn, also known as non-consensual pornography, is the sharing of private, sexual material of another person without their consent. Anyone can be the victim of revenge porn, but most recently Rep. Katie Hill, D-Cal., resigned after private, explicit photos of her were leaked, according to the Associated Press.
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Starting in 2023, middle- and high school students in California will start their school days later thanks to a law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last month.
The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, or PACT Act, which would ban extreme acts of cruelty against animals, was approved by both houses of Congress and is expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump.
As the 2020 election cycle revs up in preparation for Americans to cast their presidential vote in November, election security should be the nation’s top priority in order to maintain a valid democratic process.
The number of uninsured children in the U.S. has risen significantly, according to new research from Georgetown University, calling into question why this country does not have universal health care and has not expanded Medicaid to all.
Televised presidential candidate debates are intended to give the American public an opportunity to evaluate the people who run for the nation’s highest office, but the Oct. 15 democratic debates were underwhelming, with questions that danced around issues and policy.
Assembly Bill 1466 was approved by the California legislature and now awaits Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature. If the governor signs it this month, it would mean a roughly 88% pay raise for adjunct faculty, who are currently woefully under paid here, with private universities across the state.
President Donald Trump’s behavior, lying shamelessly, threatening national security brazenly, and disregarding the Constitution and the structure of our government, while he destroys the environment for his own personal gain, may finally be catching up with him.
Adjunct professors’ salaries at the University of La Verne could increase dramatically – by roughly 88% – if a bill currently making its way through the California legislature becomes law
The Trump administration announced on Sept. 18 that it will revoke California’s waiver that allowed the state to set its own standards for car emissions.