More than 1.5 million California children have at least one parent who is in the U.S. illegally. The vast majority of these kids are U.S. citizens. Even so, their parents' status can hold them back economically.
As Senate lawmakers debate hundreds of amendments to a sweeping reform bill, a long-anticipated comprehensive House bill has yet to take shape. The Senate amendment debate is set to continue next week. This and more.
Senator John McCain yesterday introduced the Television Consumer Freedom Act 2013, which would force networks to unbundle their products, giving cable companies and viewers the ability to purchase channels a la carte.
USC has lured a world-renowned neuroscience lab away from UCLA. Described as perhaps the world's premier lab in brain research, leading professors Arthur Toga and Paul Thompson have reportedly been promised more research opportunities and upgraded facilities at USC.
The Surfing Heritage Vintage Surf Auction takes place Saturday, up for auction are vintage surfboards from the 1920s to the 1980s, as well as surfing memorabilia and art. Host Alex Cohen speaks with Scott Bass, the director/producer of the event.
Last month, the Sacramento Bee uncovered the story of a Las Vegas psychiatric hospital which has been bussing hundreds of patients to cities and towns throughout the country. Now the findings by a federal investigation could strip the hospital of funding.
We talk about the week that was with our regular journalists in-the-know. On tap this week are Shane Goldmacher, congressional correspondent for the National Journal, and James Rainey from the Los Angeles Times.
The Source Family was a group of about 140 folks who believed in the curative powers of marijuana and alfafa sprouts. Now this eclectic group is the subject of a new documentary called "The Source Family."