It's the first day of a new era at Los Angeles City Hall as Eric Garcetti brings the Mayor's office down to size, replacing larger-than-life Antonio Villaraigosa. How will the new Mayor cope with a new, Sacramento-ized City Council, not to mention traffic jams, problem-schools, a lack of affordable housing and the restless leadership of organized labor? Also, Proposition 8 is a thing of the past, and same-sex weddings are under way all over California. We hear from gay and lesbian couples tying the knot from Norwalk, to Beverly Hills to West Hollywood.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, two years ago, millions of street protesters forced Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak to step down, and the Army seized governmental control. A year later, Mohammed Morsi became Egypt's first elected president — but now millions are back in the streets demanding that he step down.
Banner image: (L) Mayor Eric Garcetti and his wife, Amy Elaine Wakeland; (R) West Hollywood newlyweds