House Speaker John Boehner is now calling for legal status for 11 million undocumented workers, and possible citizenship for those brought to this country as children. But not all Republicans are behind it.
It's Friday, which means it's time for another Friday Flashback -- our look at the week in news. Oh what a week it's been. To help us with that we're joined this week by columnist James Rainey of the Los Angeles Times and Nancy Cook of National Journal.
Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl turns 10. What seemed like an adorable joke at first has turned into an enduring tradition at the cable channel. A Martinez talks with executive producer Melinda Toporoff and referee Dan Schachner.
It's the start of lunar New Year today and in Asian homes all over the world people gather together and eat to celebrate the coming year with family, friends and a table full of food. Reporter Sasa Woodruff stopped by a popular dumpling restaurant in Monterey Park to see what might be served up.
Last year was the Year of the Snake, and this is the Year of the Horse, the seventh designation in the 12-year Chinese calendar cycle. Like every other holiday, some companies and shopping malls are trying to cash in on the Lunar New Year.
If you're looking to change up your guacamole recipe, you're in luck. We called up Chef Robert Santibañez, a spokesperson for Avocados from Mexico and chef at Fonda Comida Mexicana in Manhattan, for some ideas.
Your face wash or body soap may contain microbeads — tiny balls of plastic designed to help exfoliate your body. These microbeads are clogging up waterways like the LA River, acting as a sponge and vehicle for dangerous chemicals as they go.
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.