A Comedian Turns Mayor, Curbing Assault on Campus, and More

A new Senate bill would change the way colleges handle sexual assault complaints; we talk to University of California president Janet Napolitano about what that would mean for schools here. Also, a new lawsuit from the ACLU claims non-English speaking elementary school students are being left behind. We discuss the background of that case, and we talk about the unaccompanied children from Central America that continue to pour over the U.S. border: What happens after they enter the country? We also meet Jon Gnarr, an Icelandic comedian who ran for mayor of Reykjavic as a joke -- and won. And Jason Sklar discusses the ongoing controversy over L.A. Dodgers TV rights.

Banner Image: Jon Gnarr, mayor of Reykjavik