While the House Speaker tries to bridge divides on both sides of the aisle, the Congressional Budget issues a cost estimate for the Senate's immigration bill.Add your comments
The tone of an strict immigration enforcement bill being weighed in Congress is a far cry from the reform bill pending in the Senate.
It's a barnyard fight in Congress, with a California GOP member going beak-to-beak with an Iowa Republican.
After 12 years in office, the councilwoman was celebrated by her colleagues in a ceremony that included naming a beloved South L.A. project in her honor.
With a spending plan for California nearly buttoned down, state lawmakers continue to work on hundreds of bills still in the pipeline.
Outgoing Mayor Villaraigosa tells Larry Mantle what's next for him in his career, and he hints at a future run for governor of California.
Today is Tuesday, June 18 and headlines include a peek at Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti's style, a proposed restriction on public records, and a lawsuit at the port.
Most money for summer jobs programs at places like the L.A. Conservation Corp, Urban League and parks departments come from federal dollars. But a lot of that funding is gone.
The mayor-elect taps Ana Guerrero in the first major personnel announcement of his administration.
Today is Monday, June 17 and headlines incude the possible end of enterprise zones, Eric Garcetti's preparations for office, and the Calderons' fundraising efforts.
Tom and Charles Calderon have fundraising committees, but their plans may be affected by an FBI investigation into Ron Calderon, who's eyeing a return to the Assembly.
It's tough being the minority party in Congress. So Henry Waxman is pushing the Obama Administration to take action on climate change.
Documents are sought from the Central Basin Municipal Water District just days after the offices of State Senator Ron Calderon were raided by FBI agents.
Both houses approved AB110 on party-line votes: 28-10 in the Senate and 54-25 in the Assembly.
The L.A. congresswoman says the high court's refusal to regulate truck traffic will make life tough for people living near the ports.