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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
"The Martian" author Andy Weir joins May Lee on this episode of "Full Frame".
"Those who think Americans scare easily, enough to abandon our country's ideals in exchange for a false sense of security, underestimate our resolve. To them, we say only this: not here, not ever."
Protests continued to break out on the floor of the Democratic National Convention Thursday, as chants of "No more war" could be heard throughout the final night.
"America doesn't need a political pyromaniac for president."
"Donald Trump has exploited America's laws to put himself first. He uses lawsuits the way my mom uses coupons to drive down the price of products. He uses bankruptcies – six of them – like a wealthy man's get-out-jail-free card."
"It's about her experience and her leadership and her qualities that make her so qualified to be president."
Westminster in Orange County is one more victim of the state's indifference to local government. City services - and neighborhoods - are in decline everywhere.
With budget crisis after budget crisis in all levels of governments, is the American Dream still attainable?
The city's birthplace isn't the haven for quiet nostalgia that was imagined in the 1930s. Long-standing conflicts make the plaza a tough sell.
A discussion about bullhooks with elephants is happening just a few weeks before Ringling Bros. Circus is set to arrive in town.
Most members of the voting public know little to nothing about judicial candidates, and it's worth considering a revamp of the system.
"The state is making up the rules as it goes along," say a coalition of cities. They want the courts to sort out the chaos. The issue, inevitably, is who gets the money.
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