The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is struggling to keep its doors open and hold onto one of the world’s best collections of post-World War II art.
Question/Comment: Paul, in 1965, my dad bought our house in a suburb of Los Angeles for about $3,000. In 1979, he sold it for about $80,000. Why did the market jump so much in just 14 years? This has been … Continue reading
Members of the Writers Guild of America returned to work Wednesday, after voting to end a 100-day strike that left many out of work and TV shows in reruns. Michael Winship, president of the WGA-East, discusses the details of the agreement reached with the studios. Continue reading
Crews made steady progress against the California wildfires Friday, with weather conditions that were more cooperative toward firefighting efforts. Jeffrey Kaye provides an update on the ongoing firefight and how residents are slowly returning home. Continue reading
Wildfires that have forced thousands to evacuate continued to burn across parts of Southern California Thursday and the number of deaths blamed on the blazes rose to 10. Experts discuss what makes the fires difficult to contain and how the government’s response has fared so far. Continue reading
The strong winds fueling a string of powerful wildfires in Southern California began to taper off Wednesday, but officials in San Diego said the damage there has already likely topped the $1 billion mark. A San Diego County official provides an update. Continue reading
Wildfires in Southern California became almost impossible for firefighters to control Tuesday, and officials said 1,300 homes and businesses have burned down. A San Diego official describes how residents are coping. Continue reading
As a follow-up to January’s documentary on the challenges facing young Americans, Judy Woodruff and the team have put together another hour of reporting, set to air on most PBS stations Wednesday night. “Generation Next 2.0″ profiles seven unique young adults. Continue reading