As if people weren't confused enough about health care, Republicans here in California aren't making things any easier. State assembly members have been sending their constituents to the website, CoveringHeathCareCA.com.
A judge presiding over that city's bankruptcy case ruled yesterday that public employee pensions are not protected from cuts, as officials there try to rebalance budgets and regain some economic footing. This goes against what most state officials in California have always believed, that pensions are sacrosanct under the law and can't be touched.
There are signs that officials in Arizona and Mexico are getting along better. That's after Arizona's immigration enforcement law provoked deep tensions a few years ago. From the Fronteras Desk in Phoenix, Jude Joffe-Block reports local leaders are making an effort to boost trade and tourism.
The use of iPads and other technology in schools has been up for debate, even though technology has been in schools for some time. The latest move has ignited a growing debate as to whether some high tech tools are really necessary or as useful as they're held up to be.
what happens in the show will come as little surprise to those who have been following @MobCityTNT. Ever since Monday, the screenplay for the first episode has been released in small chunks on Twitter.
The San Fernando Valley based band Run River North originally came to fame after they released a music video for one of their songs completely recorded in one of their cars. They continued to play and sing about their lives — including the Korean-American immigrant experience — regularly at Hotel Cafe in Hollywood.