The Supreme Court meets tomorrow to decide whether now is the time to rule on the constitutionality of gay marriage.The justices will hold their talks behind closed doors, and one of the cases they're looking closely at is California's Proposition 8.
Suddenly, immigration is the buzz word on Capitol Hill. A pair of Republican Senators floated their idea for giving legal status to young illegal immigrants, and the House may vote tomorrow on a visa bill. But KPCC's Washington Correspondent Kitty Felde says the chances of a comprehensive immigration bill passing both the House and Senate remain slim.
Most of the terminals at the Port of Los Angeles are shut down this week after clerical workers went on strike, and other workers refused to cross picket lines. The port is the nation's busiest combined cargo complex, and officials say it's the biggest work stoppage in nearly ten years.
Mexican President Elect, Enrique Pena Nieto, will be sworn into office on Saturday in Mexico City. After the ceremony, he'll deliver an address to the country and then meet with a small group of foreign leaders, including Vice President Joe Biden
One of the basic building blocks of the Obama administration's health care reform plan involves converting old fashioned paper patient records to electronic form.Medicare officials plan to spend $7 billion dollars over the next 5 years to encourage doctors and hospitals to make this change.
There's a baby boom going on in the lesbian and gay community, a 'gay-by' boom, as some like to call it. But a number of LGBT couples who have trouble conceiving find they don't enjoy the same access to fertility services heterosexual couples do.