After yesterday's election, has California lost its power to help the Democrats re-take control of the Congress? Is the “top two” process a success or a failure? Did this Blue State really say "No" to a tax on tobacco? With all that money and the endorsement of Governor Brown, how did LA City Attorney Carmen Trutanich fail to make the runoff for District Attorney? Were there any echoes of yesterday's public-worker pension showdown in Wisconsin? Also, the death at 91 of world-famous science fiction writer Ray Bradbury. We hear how much he loved Los Angeles. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, is there good news about the economy? ’
Aftermath of California's Jungle Primary
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America's Economic Resilience
Former chief executive Bill Clinton has been campaigning for current President Barack Obama, but Clinton’s latest comment on the economy might not help Obama in the November...
New Rules Raise New Questions about California Politics
The turnout currently stands at 24 percent, although that could rise to 30 percent once late mail-in and provisional ballots are counted. So it's still not certain that...