Obama's 'Meaningful Change' Belies Tough Politics of Gun Control | KCET
Obama's 'Meaningful Change' Belies Tough Politics of Gun Control
President Obama's remarks at Sunday's memorial service in Newtown may mark a turning point in the gun control debate. But even his supporters are questioning his call for "meaningful action" to reduce gun violence as too vague. CNN's Brianna Keilar looks at the president's evolving views and the politics of changing the law.
Every Wednesday morning for over 90 years, Angelenos have gathered together in Griffith Park to sing songs, recite a strange poem, meet new friends and breakfast on ham and eggs. Or, as the members of the Los Angeles Breakfast Club would say: MNX.
This is a special time of year for the seagulls on Anacapa Island, the largest breeding ground for the Western gull in the Western U.S. The blooming wildflowers on the island make for a romantic setting for mating season.