Imperial Valley News Center
Washington, DC - Over the last few days we have noted with growing alarm reports that Chinese public security forces have systematically detained individuals who share the common attribute of peacefully defending the rights of others, including those who lawfully challenge official policies.
Camp Pendleton, California - Capt. Lisa Mulligan relieved Capt. Mark Kobelja as Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton commanding officer during a change of command ceremony Friday.
Boulder, Colorado - Southern Californians and writers love to blame the hot, dry Santa Ana winds for tense, ugly moods, and the winds have long been associated with destructive wildfires. Now, NOAA researchers have found that on occasion, the winds have an accomplice with respect to fires, at least: Natural atmospheric events known as stratospheric intrusions, which bring extremely dry air from the upper atmosphere down to the surface, adding to the fire danger effects of the Santa Anas, and exacerbating some air pollution episodes.
Washington, DC - The United States strongly condemns al-Shabaab’s terrorist attacks against the Siyad Hotel, Weheliye Hotel, and an African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) position in Mogadishu, yesterday.
Los Angeles, California - Middle East and Africa (MEA) smartphone shipments are set to total 155 million units in 2015 after increasing 66% year on year during the first quarter to reach more than 36 million units, according to the latest figures announced today by global technology consulting firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
Sacramento, California - The U.S. Postal Service today celebrated some of America’s favorite summer foods with four new Forever stamps during a first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony at the California State Fair ‑ Cal Expo.
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