Yesterday, Facebook announced new rules to crack down on illegal firearms online. Yes, the social networking site has become quite the hotbed of gun sales. For more on what's happening with guns online and how Facebook has responded, we're joined now by Jeff Elder of the Wall Street Journal.
It’s now fewer than 100 days until the first kick off at The World Cup in Brazil. Though that may still sound like a long time away, in a tournament that takes nearly four years to crown a winner, it’s just the blink of an eye.
Many a mouse has disappeared as users turn to trackpads instead. But there's no fear of the mouse becoming completely obsolete. At least not according to our next guest, Geoff Fowler, personal tech columnist with the Wall Street Journal.
In sports movies and documentaries, there are instances where the subject of the film transcends the sport itself. Where the protagonist becomes greater than the game or event that they participate in.
It's Thursday and that 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.
Protesters in Venezuela are speaking out against President Nicolas Maduro, and that's led to violence with government forces. KPCC's Leslie Berestein Rojas reports Venezuelan expats in Los Angeles have responded with protests of their own.
One way state officials hope to make California better able to withstand drought is to stock underground drinking water supplies with recycled wastewater. Water managers across the state could learn from Orange County -- an early adopter of recycled water.
Already there are signs that Mexico could be moving in that direction. Last month, a number of bills were introduced in Mexico City, and at the national level that could soften drug laws regarding marijuana.