Yasen-M Class Submarine Kazan: A New Challenge for US and NATO

Yasen-M Class Submarine Kazan: A New Challenge for US and NATO

The Russian submarine Kazan, part of a new class of nuclear-powered cruise missile submarines, recently made headlines by arriving off the coast of Cuba. This development has stirred significant concern among US and NATO military officials due to the submarine’s advanced stealth and strike capabilities. The Kazan, accompanied by other Russian naval vessels, arrived in … Read more

Oakland Leads Rent Price Declines in California: Report Reveals Surprising Trends

Oakland Leads Rent Price Declines in California: Report Reveals Surprising Trends

As rent across the United States continues to rise, some Californians are experiencing a different reality. People living in some of the biggest California cities, including Sacramento and Los Angeles, are paying less rent than before, according to a May 28 report from digital marketplace Zumper. This surprising trend is largely due to a decline … Read more

California Water Agency’s General Manager Faces Dismissal Over Harassment Claims

California Water Agency's General Manager Faces Dismissal Over Harassment Claims

SACRAMENTO, California — The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s board will meet on Thursday to discuss the potential dismissal of its general manager and CEO, Adel Hagekhalil. This follows allegations of harassment and fostering a toxic work environment by the agency’s chief financial officer, Katano Kaisane. The board, which oversees water delivery to nearly … Read more

A Joyous Return: Seniors Walk Down Memory Lane at Weathersfield Elementar

A Joyous Return: Seniors Walk Down Memory Lane at Weathersfield Elementar

The eagle mascot of Weathersfield Elementary School paraded proudly through the Thousand Oaks campus on Monday, leading a group of soon-to-be high school graduates. Seven years after their last days of fifth grade, high school seniors returned to their childhood alma mater for the annual grad walk. The three dozen graduates, adorned in their caps … Read more