On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over Arizona's controversial immigration law, SB 1070. The debate is expected to center over whether immigration is a federal matter or if the states can craft their own laws.
This summer, Mexicans are heading to the polls to elect a new president, but many potential absentee voters living here won’t be voting in the election. KPCC’s Lauren Osen reports on the difficulties facing Mexican voters abroad.
The Grimm Brothers published their famed book of fairy tales 200 years ago, which included classics like Cinderella, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. The Los Angeles Public Library is celebrating the book with a new exhibit at the Central Library downtown.
A Senate committee is poised to vote on a bill that seeks to limit the amount of time juvenile offenders spend in isolation in state and county facilities. The California Report's Michael Montgomery reports.
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