Producer, To the Point/Which Way, LA?
The Los Angeles Port Police isn’t your average law enforcement agency. It has to be one of the most versatile police departments in the nation.
Dec. 8, 2014from News Stories
Whatever you do on line — from filling out forms to making innocent requests for information — is subject to data mining.
Oct. 21, 2014from To the Point
One of the powerful statewide elected officers many voters have never heard of is the State Controller—who pays the bills and has the authority to audit other state departments.
Oct. 20, 2014from Which Way, L.A.?
There’s been some interesting movement in the polls as the candidates parade through Iowa.
Jun. 14from Left, Right & Center
America is politically polarized, and the US Supreme Court is also divided. In a few days, it will answer two questions. Will non-citizens be counted in the next census?
Jun. 13from To the Point
There were Trumpian moments, but it wasn’t Trump’s most turbulent trip to Europe.
Jun. 7from Left, Right & Center
In California, generations of victims have adapted, rebuilt and expanded development into fire-prone areas. But last year’s blazes set new records for massive destruction.
Jun. 24from To the Point
The federal government may have to stand trial for violating the rights of young people.
Jun. 10from To the Point
There’s a lot to consider.
Jul. 17from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
A United Nations expert finds the WikiLeaks founder has been subjected to psychological torture, and media around the globe played a part.
Jul. 12from Scheer Intelligence
Abortion is legal under federal law, but Red State Republicans are making it hard for women to exercise their constitutional right to choose.
Jun. 7from To the Point
A California Supreme Court decision last year created a new test to determine whether someone is an employee or an independent contractor.
Jul. 1from Press Play with Madeleine Brand