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Comfort Women History
March 11, 2021

A few weeks ago, Harvard Professor J. Mark Ramseyer sparked a global outrage by rewriting a history that remains painful for many families today.  


High Speed Rail
March 11, 2021

The California High Speed Rail project was pitched to Californians more than a decade ago as a much-needed, innovative infrastructure investment linking Northern and Southern California.

Critics at the time warned the project wouldn’t be completed in the promised time frame and would face significant cost increases.


Rep. Steel
March 3, 2021

LADERA RANCH, Calif. (KABC) -- An Asian-American family has not been able to peacefully settle into their Ladera Ranch neighborhood because of harassment from what appear to be a group of teenagers.

Haijun Si shared surveillance camera video with Eyewitness News. The recordings show kids running up to the door, ringing the bell, sometimes yelling, then running off.


Michelle Steel and Young Kim
March 3, 2021

When Kyui Bok Yoo fell in love with a young man and followed him to southern Korea in the early 1940s, she couldn’t have dreamed that the Korean peninsula would soon be bitterly divided — or that she’d be cut off from her younger sister forever.


Politico Article
March 3, 2021

A pair of freshmen lawmakers from swing congressional districts said Tuesday that putting policy ahead of partisanship is their key to winning competitive races in a sharply partisan political era.


COVID-19 Vaccine
February 10, 2021

Last year, when the seven people who now represent Orange County in congress were on the campaign trail, all seven said getting coronavirus relief to Americans would be a top priority during their first days in office.

One month in, they’re trying to deliver on those promises.


KQED Article
February 1, 2021

With criticism mounting over California's reopening guidelines, unemployment insurance system and the stalemate in reopening public schools, Scott and Marisa analyze the political fallout for Gov. Gavin Newsom.


US Israel Flag
February 1, 2021

(January 28, 2021 / JNS) With just 51.1 percent of the vote, Michelle Steel, a Republican, unseated incumbent Democratic Rep. Harley Rouda in the Nov. 3 U.S.


National Guard
January 25, 2021

In her first solo act in Congress, newly elected GOP Rep.


Capitol Police
January 15, 2021

Last Sunday, I raised my right hand on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives and promised to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Serving in the United States Congress and representing the community that I love is my American dream.