Well it's a rite of spring here in California, Governor Jerry Brown releases his May revised budget. For the first time in seven years there's no red ink. In fact, the Governor is dealing with an unexpected $4.5 billion in tax revenue.
The television upfronts continue today as networks present their new programming to advertisers.
We check in with Jace Lacob, West Coast Deputy Bureau Chief for The Newsweek Daily Beast Company to find out the fates of our favorite shows.
First, the terrorist attack on the US embassy in Benghazi. Then, the IRS scandal and now the news that the Department of Justice secretly obtained phone records of AP reporters and editors. Will Attorney General Eric Holder take the fall?