FROM David Nevins
David Nevins David Nevins has a history of working at NBC and Imagine Television (Arrested Development, Friday Night Lights, 24). So he knows something about Emmy-winning, critically loved shows that don't get huge ratings. But now, as president of Showtime, ratings don't matter, and the awards and critical love that Homeland -- the first show he put on the schedule -- is getting is making Nevins very happy. He tells the story of how Homeland was developed and that he believes television needs to defy savvy TV viewers' expectations.
Mayor Garcetti on housing, homelessness, and sanctuary rhetoric LA Mayor Garcetti explains his plans to create more housing and help get the homeless out of tent encampments. Also, is he going to run for governor?
US Supreme Court considers when police can open fire When police enter someone’s home without a search warrant and then fear for their lives, do they have the right to open fire? That’s the question before the Supreme Court today in a case out of Los Angeles.
What do Trump's new emissions standards mean for fuel efficient cars? With President Trump unveiling lower fuel economy standards, will carmakers build more gas guzzlers? Also, an investigation looks into the risks of shipping nuclear warheads across the country on old 18 wheelers, driven by underpaid and overworked drivers. And, six years after Fukushima, nuclear waste has reached parts of the U.S. west coast.
Attorney General takes aim at sanctuary cities Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced sanctions for sanctuary cities today. We find out what that means for Los Angeles, which the mayor has called a “city of sanctuary.” Also, California’s Air Resources Board has voted to create new, tougher emissions requirements, which puts it on a collision course with the Trump administration.