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"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."
Last week when Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa delivered his state of the city address he largely avoided the main topic facing the city: the budget. Instead, it focused on transportation.
L.A. County Board of Supervisors have little need to persuade voters to vote for them, they have no challengers. Yet three of them are amassing large campaign war chests.
Politics and unaccountable regional governments are a costly mixture for water consumers.
The city of Los Angeles will hold an international design competition for a redesign of the 6th Street Bridge.
It's not just the city of Los Angeles with revenue problems. A "clueless" County Tax Assessor is getting the blame.
The city currently has a $222 million budget deficit. That number is only expected to rise in the next few years. Something will have to give.
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