Hillary Clinton put human rights on the back burner during her visit to China. Instead, the Secretary of State emphasized economics and global warming. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, we ask how her priorities and her style of diplomacy will go down in Beijing and in Washington. Also, Measure B on next week's Los Angeles ballot would put the publicly owned Department of Water and Power in the solar energy business. Would private companies be crowded out? On Reporter's Notebook, Slumdog Millionaire -- Hollywood meets Bollywood.
Shining Sunlight on Measure B: The Solar Panel Initiative
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'Slumdog Millionaire' Wins Big at Oscars
Slumdog Millionaire scored eight Oscars last night, including best picture and best director and two for A.R. Rahman one for best score and one for best song ....
7 min, 15 sec
Shining Some Sunlight on Measure B
Measure B on next week's Los Angeles City ballot would authorize the publicly owned Department of Water and Power to build 400 megawatts worth of photovoltaics on warehouse...
18 min, 5 sec