Southern California Public Radio's political reporter Alice Walton and Washington correspondent Kitty Felde join Take Two in studio to go over the key races down south. KQED's political reporter John Myers joins the show from Sacramento.
Forty years ago, Dr. Donald Johanson discovered a 40 percent complete skeleton of a previously unknown type of ancient hominid thought to be more than 3 million years old. It sparked a rethinking of the origins of humans.
The thinking behind a Harvard Med School doctor's videos is that letting people see what is involved with these procedures will influence their decisions about what they want for themselves and their loved ones.
In 1994 voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 187. It was a kind of citizens' revolt over illegal immigration. To understand why Prop. 187 struck such a cord 20 years ago, Scott Shafer for the California Report has more.
If you're still unsure about how to vote on the six propositions on the ballot in California, there are a couple of ways to quickly get educated about each of them, and maybe even have a little fun doing it.