The House Judiciary Committee is holding its markup of an immigration bill that focuses on enforcement. They're rushing to catch up with their counterparts on the Senate on an issue which becomes more contentious each day.
Hundreds of migrants die every year trying to cross into the U.S., many of which are never identified. A recent article in the American Prospect explores the region where the grim realities are a way of life.
Officials say this year's fire season could be the worst in a century, and we've already seen a 75-percent jump in the number of blazes torching the region. But when we know that this year might be the worst on record and wildfires are already a way of life here, is there anything that can be done differently?
Over the last five years, California courts have been hit hard by state budget cuts. The new state budget restores some funding, but more than 50 courts have already closed and those still open are delivering slower service and charging higher fees.
A new study finds that some of the worst bullying among kids happens at home. According to a report in the July issue of the journal Pediatrics, bullying and aggressive behavior by a sibling can be as damaging as bullying by a classmate or neighbor.
Is Kanye God? He'd like you to think so. Songs with titles like 'I Am A God' are on his new album 'Yeezus,' which drops tomorrow. Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com joins us to talk about the new record as well as new music from J. Cole and Judith Hill.
Helen Brush Jenkins was a pioneering photojournalist for the old Los Angeles Daily News starting in the early 1940s. Brush Jenkins died last Wednesday in her Chicago home days after suffering a stroke, she was 94.
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