Patt Morrison for May 23, 2012

The two suspects arrested in the slaying of USC students Ming Qu and Ying Wu have been identified as members of “No Respect Inc.,” a “party crew” that followed a local DJ to parties throughout South Los Angeles.
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Is Congressional speech really sophomoric?

What does it take for a politician to communicate with the American public? If you’ve been following the news lately, it’s speaking like a tenth grader, but is that accurate?
Preparation For Michael Jackson Trial
California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye said such austerities “are both devastating and disheartening” and explained that they will seriously compromise the state’s “ability to provide equal access to justice.”
STAPLES Center 10th Anniversary Press Conference
Last night, fans flocked to LAX to greet and congratulate the Kings after an overtime win earned the team a place in the Stanley Cup Finals. Patt checks in with Kings' president Luc Robitaille about the team’s successful season.
US President and Republican presidential

How much would you pay for Ronald Reagan's DNA?

A British auction website has listed quite the unusual item -- a medical vial purportedly containing the residue of the late President’s blood.
2012 Consumer Electronics Show Showcases Latest Technology Innovations

Eugene Polley goes out with a 'click'

You might not know Eugene Polley, but you know the change he made in your life. Because of Polley, you can turn your television on and off without leaving the couch.
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