California could be in for another Gold Rush from what's called "fracking" to release billions of barrels of oil trapped in shale rock underground. But opponents insist that the cost to the environment is already proving to be much too high. In the last days of the legislative session, proposed new regulations are touch and go. Even environmentalists are divided. We hear what it could mean — or not mean -- for Southern California. Also, a conversation with with Steve Soboroff, Mayor Eric Garcetti's choice to lead the LA Police Commission. Can he protect and preserve reforms that have taken decades to put in place?
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the White House today is repeating last night's claim by President Obama that the threat of force brought the Russians and Syrians to the bargaining table. Beyond that, did the speech to the nation lay out a clear path to the future? What if diplomacy doesn't work? What about Congress? We look at the many questions that still remain.