Politics in California and Washington and Europe’s Economy

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California’s next statewide election is less than a month away—the first without an incumbent Governor on the ballot since 1998. We’ll hear how you can vote in the Democratic or Republican primary—even if you’re registered as Decline to State. Also tonight, stocks soared worldwide over Europe’s trillion-dollar commitment to shore up its economy. Is a major crisis being only kicked down the road? And…President Obama’s latest nominee to the US Supreme Court. Can Elena Kagan be confirmed by the Senate?

Banner Image: A woman observes a TV screen displaying information on Greece, Portugal and Spain's government bonds in a street of Paris, on May 10, 2010. Fears that a possible debt default by Greece could hit the world's financial system in the same way the collapse of US investment banking giant Lehman Brothers did two years ago had sent shares and the euro plunging. AFP PHOTO THOMAS COEX (Photo credit should read THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images)



Warren Olney