January 25, 4PM01/26/15
Have you ever done something or said something that you regret while attending your children's sports event? How the White House gave Fox accurate place cards at the SOTU luncheon.
January 25, 5PM
Private companies are collecting fines for municipalities. What that could mean for you. Later, Three states make MLK Day a joint holiday with confederate General Robert E. Lee.
January 25, 6PM
80% of the country did not trust the GOP to run the country at this time last year. Why were they so successful in the recent election?
January 24, 6PM
Do you think protesters should have to pay restitution when they commit acts of civil disobedience that cause the loss of income for an entity such as BART?
January 18, 4PM
We remember Dr. Martin Luther King, listening to his "I have a Dream" speech. Have we realized his dream?
January 18, 5PM
Peter Richardson is the author of "No Simple Highway: A Cultural History of the Grateful Dead" and Pat's guest this hour. Check out Peter's personal appearances here.
January 18, 6PM
Pat speaks with a woman in the beginning stages of dementia. Also, is Mitt Romney the champion of the poor?
January 17, 6PM
Tim Sika and Pat discuss the Oscar nominations for this year.
January 17, 7PM
A cyclist was seriously hurt after being hit by a truck on Tuesday morning and was lying unconscious in the street. What 25-year-old Gregory Lowrie needed was help; instead, some witnesses did the unthinkable and robbed him. He was riding his bike to...
January 10, 6PM
Brian Pelletier joins Pat from our newsroom to update us on the Golden Gate Bridge closure. Kamran Pasha, a Pakistani Muslim shares his perspective about radical Islam.
January 10, 7PM
L.A. Times columnist Michael Hiltzik speaks to the President's proposal of free Community College education. Later, Kamran Pasha returns to discuss Muslim fundamentalists.
January 10, 8PM
Is 17 old enough to make a serious decision on cancer treatment?
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