Last night President Obama attended a townhall with Telemundo and Univision. He was supposed to talk about the Affordable Care Act, but instead was questioned on the record-number of deportations under his Administration.
It was a historic night at the Staples Center last night, but not in a good way. The Clippers absolutely destroyed the Lakers. The Clippers beat the Lakers 142-94, a 48 point loss the worst in Lakers franchise history. That's going back to 1949 when they were in Minneapolis.
Dr. Frank Jobe was the Los Angeles Dodgers team physician. For more on the remarkable career of Frank Jobe we're joined by Dr. Robert Klapper, director of the Joint Replacement program and orthopaedic surgeon at Cedars-Sinai.
It's the end of the week, which means its time for another Friday Flashback. It's our look at the week in news, and oh what a week it's been. To help us get through all the headline topics is columnist James Rainey of the Los Angeles Times and Nancy Cook of National Journal.
For some kids, traditional school isn't necessarily the best option. They may have medical needs that make getting to school difficult, or perhaps they're athletes who travel frequently to train and compete.
RuPaul has a new album out called, "Born Naked." His team intentionally leaked a version of it to website that traffic bootleg music to see if people started downloading it illegally. But, that album was a decoy.