I thoroughly enjoyed the VP debate and its fast paced back-and-forth. Democrats had to love Joe Biden's energy and willingness to challenge Paul Ryan on almost every point. Republicans had to love Ryan's poise and discipline in how he handled himself, even as Biden was dismissing him throughout the 90-minutes.
The CNN website has a featured essay from Shannon K. O’Neil, a senior fellow for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, in which she writes about how Latinos may decide the election.
A majority of Latinos surveyed say they'd vote for President Barack Obama, but how many of them will make it to the polls? That's one takeaway question from a new Pew Hispanic Center survey, which found a large majority of respondents (69 percent vs.
Immigration a concern, but not most pressing issue, for Latinos - Los Angeles Times A new Pew Hispanic Center survey finds Latinos most concerned about issues like education, jobs, the economy and healthcare.
Today is Friday, Oct. 12 and headlines include Rick Caruso's plans not to run for mayor, a schoolyard brawl between Reps. Howard Berman and Brad Sherman, and former Mayor Riordan's plans for the May ballot.
Larry Mantle is joined by KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell of Box Office Magazine and Andy Klein of the L.A. Times Community Paper chain to review this week’s new films, including Argo, Seven Psychopaths, Middle of Nowhere and The House I Live In.
Vice presidential debates don’t usually move the needle much during election seasons but the stakes were higher than usual for last night’s vice presidential debate between sitting Democrat Joe Biden and his Republican challenger, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan.
Meghan McCarty brings you the Weekend Alibi, a roundup of the best entertainments around Southern California. So if anyone asks you on Monday morning how you spent your weekend, you've got a good answer.
It's the Friday Flashback, when we look at the big stories of the week, and maybe a few that flew under the radar. Joining us today from Washington, Christina Bellantoni, politics editor at the PBS News Hour.
The violent Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 for short, with close ties to Southern California has become the first street gang to be called a, "transnational criminal organization" by the U.
During a speech yesterday at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta argued the U.S. could easily be attacked by hackers, crippling the nation's power grid, transportation system, financial networks and government.