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January 01, 1990 - December 03, 2012 + Which Way, L.A.?
A scathing report finds top Sheriff's officials encouraging, excessive violence against inmates in LA County jails. Will the Sheriff implement reform recommendations?
With the Democratic Convention underway tomorrow, we discuss the Party's unsettled relations with organized labor and about the issue of race in America.
A look at how money and influence meet in Republican politics, and the diversity that makes Florida a swing state with seniors, Hispanics and evangelicals.
On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Tropical Storm Isaac may not be headed for Tampa, but it has disrupted the Republican National Convention.
After almost 40 years in elected office, LA Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky says he won't run for Mayor of Los Angeles. He'll hang it up when...
As downtown LA reinvents itself, what's happening to the homeless and formerly homeless, living in low-cost housing? Is gentrification shrinking Skid Row?
Robert Redford says his new theater complex fulfills his dream of building a movie theater in his "home town." We talk about Hollywood and the...
The teachers union and LAUSD battle over teacher evaluations that could earn LAUSD $40 million in federal funds. Also, the Berman-Sherman race in the San...
The battle over Prop 37 and the labeling of all genetically modified food. Also, even though it’s illegal, is it ethical for cyclists to run...
California has until Friday to produce a list of inmates who could be released before completing their sentences. What could it mean for prisons and alternative...
President Obama made a bid for Latino voters by ordering that immigrants brought to this country as children could apply for 2-year deportation delays even...
Despite the happy memories of childhoods long ago, more and more California beach cities are getting rid of fire pits on the sand. Newport...
An 80-foot-long mural by Mexican artist David Alfaro Siqueiros, covered up since the 1930's, is re-emerging on the side of a building on Olvera Street...