Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission today filed an administrative complaint charging that Staples, Inc.’s proposed $6.3 billion acquisition of Office Depot, Inc. would violate the antitrust laws by significantly reducing competition nationwide in the market for “consumable” office supplies sold to large business customers for their own use.
Sacramento, California - California is a bountiful state full of some of the most generous and productive land, as well as people. Farmers care deeply about their local communities and many of them contribute to food banks through California Association of Food Banks’ Farm to Family Program. This December is Farm to Food Bank Month and I want to thank the farmers who have so generously donated more than 150 million pounds of fresh, California-grown fruits, vegetables, nuts, dairy and other farm products in 2015.
Governor Brown Meets with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, Partners with Chinese, French National Governments
Paris, France - On his third full day in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today met with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and joined China's top climate change official Xie Zhenhua and France's Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Ségolène Royal at events highlighting California's international partnerships and climate leadership.
Washington, DC - "All is calm and all is bright?" Few Americans are singing Silent Night this week in America.
If President Obama wants to shut down ISIS he must doing the following:
Los Angeles, California - Scientists have previously established that many types of cancer cells are squishier and more pliable than normal, healthy cells. Now, researchers led by UCLA’s Amy Rowat have developed a screening method that utilizes this information to classify many more different types of cancer cells and that could ultimately lead to better treatments for cancer, diabetes, malaria and other diseases.
Los Angeles, California - UCLA Anderson Forecast’s fourth quarterly economic report for the U.S. says the Federal Reserve will start to normalize interest rates as its prolonged “zero interest rate” policy reaches its end with the most recent financial crisis long over and the unemployment rate indicating near full employment.