The LAPD is investigating detective work that put a Los Angeles man in prison 19 years ago — for a murder he didn't commit. We talk with him about his new life on the outside. Also, programs in Chinese culture and language at UCLA and LA Unified, paid for by China, and Reseda, in the San Fernando Valley, celebrates its 100th birthday. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Iran, Egypt and the UN General Assembly.
Free, After Serving 19 Years of a Life Sentence
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Iran, Egypt and the UN General Assembly
On Day Two of the UN General Assembly’s annual session, an unwelcome reminder of the major issue on the minds of 120 world leaders: Syrian rebels staged another deadly...
Confucius Institutes and Public Schools
UCLA and LA Unified have both established Confucius Institutes—programs in Chinese culture and language they get for free. There are 350 Confucius Institutes on campuses...
Reseda Turns 100
Reseda may now be just another fading suburb in the San Fernando Valley. But it’s a place with a history. Reseda started out as a real town on the banks of the Los Angeles...