Can't get enough Dodgers? Well starting tonight, you're in luck. There's a new channel launching featuring nothing but Clayton Kershaw, Yaisel Puig, and Vin Scully 24/7. But if you're not a Time Warner subscriber you may be out of luck come opening day.
The Pentagon is seeking to drawdown the size of its army to the smallest since World War II. The plan is part of a proposed budget that Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says is a response to a changing world, where the U.S. needs a leaner, more agile military force and to promote more innovation, like drone technology.
Theodore Payne Foundation is a nursery and non-profit up in the foothills of Sun Valley — about 20 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles — dedicated to promoting California's native plants. As you might imagine, business has been booming lately.
Author Kevin Roose says working on Wall Street is less about unending wealth and more about 100 hour-plus workweeks, all-nighters spent perfecting excel spreadsheets, and little hope of maintaining any outside relationships or life.
Immigration reform advocates have unveiled a new strategy to pressure House Republicans, folding immigration into the larger conversation about the war on women. For more on these efforts, we're joined by Pramila Jayapal the advocacy group We Belong Together.
Taxes on food and soda and other products are something we talk about a lot on this show, so this little item caught our eye. Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly recently vetoed legislation that would increase taxes on junk food sold on the reservation.
Today, Variety Magazine announces the winner of its poll for World's Best Picture. Rather than turning to the expertise of only the Academy, Variety opened up its vote to critics, freelance writers, movie historians, film fest organizers, and more.