A look back at this week’s political highlights including the Al Smith’s dinner. It’s supposed to be a friendly roast. But what Donald Trump said exposed more of the real Trump. There is no brake pedal when it comes to Donald Trump, says Chuck Todd of Meet the Press. Plus, Arizona’s dramatic flip to a blue state. Conan asks about any more ‘October Surprises”?
LA Police Commission President Matthew Johnson talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about the recent changes in police protocol dealing with officer involved shootings. The police union says the commission is buckling to the demands of the citizens' group.. Black Lives Matter. Commission President Johnson responds.
It’s been a wild week on the campaign trail. Chuck Todd of Meet the Press and NBC4’s Conan Nolan talk about what presidential candidate Donald Trump can do to get the election back on track. They also discuss Hillary Clinton’s the newest batch of emails released this week. Todd says these are not hurting her now because of the Trump allegations, but…if she wins he says these leaks are not going to go away. They are going to haunt her thought out her presidency.
The Portland Trail Blazers blew out the LA Lakers 97-81 on Sunday night at Staples Center
Motivating Our Students Through Experience (MOSTe), a nonprofit founded in 1991, has helped hundreds of girls become the first in their families to graduate from college.
The search is on for an arrestee who escaped from the back seat of a patrol unit on Sunday afternoon.
A 35-year-old man was arrested Sunday in connection with the murder of an 8-year-old boy who was shot and killed in Pomona in February.
U.S. economic growth is expected to accelerate this year and next, yet remain modest, even if President Trump's promised tax cuts and infrastructure spending are implemented, a survey found. The economy will grow a solid 2.3 percent this year and 2.5 percent in 2018, according to 50 economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics. Those rates would be up from 2016's anemic pace of 1.6 percent.
A 15-year-old boy was declared brain dead Sunday after he was wounded in a shooting in a residential neighborhood in Santa Ana, police said.