Even though the nation is still reeling from the tragic Sandy Hook School shooting, passing gun control laws will not come easy. But would it be easier to get Congress to approve a law if it avoided banning any guns, and just imposed stricter restrictions?John Wasik, contributor to Forbes.
The way things are going, finding a family doctor is going to be increasingly challenging. Fewer and fewer medical students are signing up to become primary care physicians.According to the American Medical Association only 2 percent said they were interested in practicing primary care.
A New York newspaper is coming under fire for publishing a map that identifies licensed gun owners in the area. The Journal News of suburban Westchester, New York published the map last week in the wake of the mass shooting in nearby Newtown Connecticut.
Earlier this month, Chris Anderson resigned as editor-in-chief of Wired magazine to team up with a 26-year-old engineering whiz from Tijuana. From the Fronteras Desk in San Diego, John Rosman says they plan to jumpstart what they call the, "personal drone industry."
Governor Brown signed nearly 900 bills into law last year, many of which will take effect on Tuesday.For more on what you can and can't do in California come January 1st, we're joined by John Myers, he's the political editor for the ABC affiliate in Sacramento.
Today, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he plans to sign a law banning all adoptions from his country to the U.S. It's retaliation for an American law that punishes Russian officials for human rights violations.