We start in San Diego County with a look at a scandal-plagued, still undecided congressional race. Next, economic numbers look good, so why aren’t Americans feeling optimistic about the job market? Then, we hear from the new L.A. County Sheriff-elect, Jim McDonnell, about his plans to reform and restore public faith in the department. In our weekly film roundup, a look at Interstellar and this weekend’s other box office offerings. And finally, the latest on a yesterday’s international sweep that took down hundreds of websites selling illegal drugs.
San Diego’s Scandal-Ridden Election and a Major Bust on the Dark Web
From this Episode:
Scandal-Ridden San Diego Election Still Undecided
Scandals are swirling around one of the nation’s most closely watched congressional races, a race that’s still undecided as election week ends. In San Diego County,...
Economy Improving, So Why Don’t We Feel It?
On paper, economic numbers in the U.S. look good. Today’s unemployment rate is down to 5.8 percent and that’s just one example of positive economic reports. But exit polls...
Sheriff-Elect Jim McDonnell
Los Angeles County voted in a new sheriff this week and Sheriff-Elect Jim McDonnell has his work cut out for him: He’s inheriting a department in the middle of a federal...
Space, Science and Cartoon Robots
One of the most highly-anticipated films of the year is out today, Interstellar. We look at week’s new releases in our movie roundup.