State and federal officials are under pressure to declare a drought in this third dry year in a row. Governor Brown has produced a $25 billion plan to keep water flowing from Northern California. Meantime, a court case could lead to increased water rates in greater Los Angeles. The bottom line: there's not enough water now, and there won't be in years to come. We hear about potential solutions. Also, gentrification continues in downtown LA.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, robots are here to stay: in factories and homes—from real-world battlefields to popular culture. We talk about robotics and the increased interaction of robots with human beings.