California's court system is the largest in the nation -- and one of the most underfunded. After $1 billion in budget cuts over five years, the downsizing is beginning to cause real pain. Some residents of the San Fernando Valley will have cases tried in Santa Monica. Is it just about money, or are judicial administrators also to blame? Also, Spanish-speaking Pope Francis from Buenos Aires is especially welcome here in LA, where a majority of Roman Catholics are Latinos. And a Silicon Valley start-up tries to outsmart immigration officials. On our rebroadcast of To the Point, the Republican Party struggles to define its identity.
Banner image: The Scales of Justice on the facade of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Photo by kalavinka