According to a new study out today from the Pew Research Center, deportation is one of the big sticking points in immigration reform, and it's also one of the most important issues to Latino immigrants here in the US.
The Mexican state of Guanajuato is more than 1,500 miles from the border, but it's long been one of the biggest sources of migrants to the U.S. Most people are coming here for an obvious reason: Jobs. But there's another potential factor at play: water, or the lack of it.
Like everything Queen B does, her fifth self-titled album has been celebrated, scrutinized, criticized, chewed over and spit out. Lately most of the buzz on the Internet revolves around this question: Is Beyonce a feminist?
It's Thursday, which means it's time for State of Affairs, our look at politics and government throughout California. To help us with that we're joined in studio by KPCC political reporters Alice Walton and Frank Stoltze
Last November, Arizona wildlife officials started to re-introduce bighorn sheep to the Santa Catalina mountains north of Tucson. Thirty-one of the iconic animals were trucked in from a wilderness area, fitted with tracking devices and offloaded into the mountains.
Today the Council on American Islamic Relations is releasing the first statewide survey of Muslim students in California. Here to discuss the results is Fatima Dadabhoy, civil rights manager for the Council on American-Islamic Relations Greater LA-area chapter.
Take Two, exclusively on 89.3 KPCC, 89.1 KUOR and 90.3 KVLA in southern California, and on 88.9 KNPR in Las Vegas, captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.