In Los Angeles, more people rent their homes than own them, and rents are 6% higher than before the Great Recession. How high can they go? Who's being priced out? What's driving the increase? Also, LA chefs fight hunger and poverty — not just at Thanksgiving, but all year 'round.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, there's plenty of evidence that Americans are overworking — not just out of necessity, but out of choice. At least they think they're making a choice. We hear about the many factors that encourage long hours and about the consequences for productivity and success.