Rate Increase in the Works for U.S. Postal Service
Oct19

Rate Increase in the Works for U.S. Postal Service

With the financial outlook for the U.S. postal service in distress, it should come as little surprise that U.S. postal rates are going up. That’s if the changes are approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission and given their track record, a rate increase is a sure thing.

California To Extend Sanctions Against Wells Fargo
Oct19

California To Extend Sanctions Against Wells Fargo

California State Treasurer John Chiang has announced that he will extend the sanctions he imposed one year ago barring Wells Fargo from doing state business negotiated through his office. At a press conference held on Monday (October 16) on the front steps of the San Francisco City Hall, Chiang said he would continue the ban for at least another year while citing the bank’s “lack of institutional greed” and “wanton greed”.

 CeCe Winans Named Gospel Artist of The Year/To Receive Spirit Award at First Ladies High Tea
Oct19

CeCe Winans Named Gospel Artist of The Year/To Receive Spirit Award at First Ladies High Tea

Gospel singer and song writer CeCe Winans continues to blaze the trail in the entertainment industry with heartfelt music that not only sounds good, but is empowering to listeners.

Maxine Waters Responds to $10,000 Expenditure for Tickets To Hamilton Written Off As Fundraiser
Oct19

Maxine Waters Responds to $10,000 Expenditure for Tickets To Hamilton Written Off As Fundraiser

  Rep. Maxine Waters' has issued a response to reports that her campaign committee reportedly paid $10,000 for tickets to the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton" and wrote the payment off as a fundraiser expense.
      Addressing the reports raised by various media outlets hinting at impropriety, Waters released the following statement:
Noted Civil Rights Activists Clash with AG Xavier Becerra Over Policing Issues
Oct05

Noted Civil Rights Activists Clash with AG Xavier Becerra Over Policing Issues

 In a recent Twitter post and during a September 27 news conference remembering slain San Diego County resident Alfred Olango, noted civil rights activist Reverend Shane Harris criticized state Attorney General Xavier Becerra saying the Department of Justice leader is not focused enough on issues of policing.   

$1.2 Billion Reef Development To Move Forward In South Los Angeles
Oct05

$1.2 Billion Reef Development To Move Forward In South Los Angeles

A $1.2 billion development that would bring more than 1,444 residential units (including affordable housing, condominiums, apartments), a hotel, and 10,000 square feet of retail space, is now poised to move forward. That, with word from Los Angeles City Councilman Curren Price that two lawsuits holding up “The Reef” development in South Los Angeles have been settled.

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