A Los Angeles ordinance limiting outdoor advertising contained the phrase "mural sign" and, bureaucracy being what it is, some 400 murals have been painted over in the past 10 years. Now, the City Council wants to make LA the mural capital of the world again. It's not just preservation, but new works, too. What's the difference between murals and graffiti? Also, California's Air Resources Board Chair Mary Nichols reports from the climate change conference in South Africa, and there's big money for baseball in Southern California. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, has the war with Iran already begun?
Banner image: A man walks in front of a mural in downtown Los Angeles, California. Photo by Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images