Howard Berman

Democratic Congressman

Guest

Democratic Congressman from the 28th Congressional District in Southern California's San Fernando Valley, first elected in 1982; former chairman and now ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a member of the Judiciary Committee

Howard Berman on KCRW

One of this year's nastiest and most expensive campaigns for Congress is taking place in the West San Fernando Valley.

Berman and Sherman Together Again on 'WWLA'

One of this year's nastiest and most expensive campaigns for Congress is taking place in the West San Fernando Valley.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In the race for the 30th Congressional District, registration is 49 percent Democratic, 25 percent Republican and 21 percent Independent.

A Race for Congress with a New and Different Look

In the race for the 30th Congressional District, registration is 49 percent Democratic, 25 percent Republican and 21 percent Independent.

from Which Way, L.A.?

On five occasions in 2005, Edward Kennedy was not allowed to board planes going home to Massachusetts because the Senator's name resembled an alias of a suspected terrorist.

Nobel Peace Prize Winner on US Terrorist Watch List

On five occasions in 2005, Edward Kennedy was not allowed to board planes going home to Massachusetts because the Senator's name resembled an alias of a suspected terrorist.

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