While privacy advocates have raised concern about the NSA's programs, supporters — including those inside the White House — have said the programs are important tools in stopping terrorist attacks on the US.
The Purple and Gold is all black and blue after 143 years, a first in Chicago and the Nike swoosh equals cha-ching! It's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky, who've covered sports for the L.A. Times and ESPN.
These days though, digital technology is everywhere. It helps us in many ways, but our reliance on connectivity may also end up hurting us after a major quake. KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten reports.
A federal appeals court gave a mixed ruling on Internet access regulations yesterday. The DC Circuit Court affirmed that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has authority to create open-access rules.
A recent high-profile case in San Diego netted dozens of arrests for sex trafficking, but there are few resources for victims on the Mexican side of the border. A resident of San Diego has opened a shelter in Tijuana for victimized girls.
Deep in the foothills of California’s Gold Country, there is a peaceful home for animals that may seem a little out of place. Located in San Andreas, the Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) cares for elephants, big cats, bears and other wildlife with a history of performing for humans.
In Laredo, Texas, the community gets together each year for a lavish celebration that may seem out of place in the mostly Mexican-American border town: It's a debutante ball on the occasion of George Washington's birthday.