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Two Congressional races in California saw huge spending by Super PACs, inundating voters with mailers, TV ads and phone calls. Who's spending and why?
The state's new voter registration system is meant to save counties money and get voters' data processed about a week faster than the paper-based system.
A student leader said he and his friends feel peer pressure to seem politically liberal on social media sites when they might actually be more conservative.
The organization that received a film permit to make the controversial movie “Innocence of Muslims” was Duarte-based nonprofit Media for Christ.
A man who identified himself as Sam Bacile says he made the film. The Associated Press found Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who has used an alias that resembles Bacile.
The Santa Monica City Council plans to debate a free speech issue Tuesday night. It’s about the ads on the sides of the city’s Big Blue Buses.
KPCC asked Southern California birder Chuck Almdale what local birds most resemble the presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
A Crenshaw High student's quest to visit the White House landed her a role as one of California's youngest delegates to the Democratic National Convention.
This is the 19th year Los Angeles County has leased the larger water-dropping planes.
Firefighters hope to take advantage of cooler temperatures, higher humidity and dying winds tonight to battle the fire still burning in the San Gabriel Mountains.
Veep nominee Paul Ryan told conservative blogger Hugh Hewitt he ran a sub-three-hour marathon. He was off by an hour and is taking flak from runners on social media.
New city manager says "everything's not rosy" but the city has the advantage of having workers' pension and health care costs covered by longstanding parcel tax.
During an earthquake swarm that brought power outages and knocked trailer homes off foundations, a reporter scours Brawley to document damage.
As election season draws close, KPCC political reporters want to know what to know your thoughts, and what you'd like to know about.
He also called the NASA JPL space program, "The moral equivalent of war," because its existence stimulated American advances in science, engineering and productivity in the same way that World War II did in California.