Democratic Donor Tom Steyer has always dabbled in politics, but never quite like now. Since July, he’s hopped into the crowded field of 2020 Democratic hopefuls. In his interview on FOX11’s “The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson,” Steyer explained what separates him from the pack. “The debates were about very important policies…none of these policies can happen until we break the corporate takeover of America.” Steyer, who spearheaded the organization, ‘Need to Impeach,’ also made a bold prediction. Come November, “there’s a good chance [Trump] won’t even be on the ballot.” We discuss impeachment, California's power blackout problems, and the upcoming Democratic debate with our panel.
I'm joined by Dr. Andre Panossian (Plastic Surgeon and his wife Jill Simonian, The CEO of 'Mending Kids' Isabelle Fox, and patient Stephanie Jacinto.
The 'Anything Is Possible Foundation' is working to play a role in California's crisis of homelessness by providing after school mentors to families in transition.
From the North Hollywood shootout to the kidnapping of Patty Hearst, to the first LAPD chief. Roberto (Bob) Alaniz has stories to tell. He's an LAPD sergeant and on the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Police Museum and the Los Angeles City Historical Society.
The Issue Is: speaks with Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson.
Christine Devine talks with former TV Academy Chairman and CEO Bryce Zabel and his wife Jackie.
It's time for the 71st Prime-time Emmy Awards.
The Issue Is: The Democratic Debate.
The allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Film Producer Harvey Weinstein lit a fire under the women’s movement. Now, more and more women are joining the fight on a wide range of issues, from equal pay to equal power in government and business.
Have you ever wanted to be a police officer?
Joe Walsh is a Republican challenging President Donald Trump for the Republican Party presidential nomination.
With more than 400,000 American kids in foster care, Hollywood is giving much-needed attention to the issue.
You've probably never heard of Barbara Jean Jepsen, but in 1956 her murder made headlines.
This week...the most fiery panel discussion in the history of our show. Plus, a one-on-one sitdown with a top tier presidential candidate.
In this podcast Gianno Caldwell tells us what it’s like growing up on the south side of Chicago, how he got into politics and what it’s like being a conservative African American.
A lot of people around the world are keeping their eyes on Brazil and the massive fire that is burning in the rainforest.
Mass shootings seem to be happening more and more; at schools, workplaces, malls, and places of worship. And they have just about everyone on edge. In this podcast we talk about how to deal with "active shooter anxiety" while remaining vigilant and safe.
Bershan Shaw is a 2-time breast cancer survivor and an international motivational speaker and business coach.
The Issue Is: Gloria Allred, Antonio Villaraigosa, Michael Knowles
They survived the unspeakable-- the Holocaust. David Lenga and Adela Manheimer were both children living in concentration camps at the time of Nazi Germany. Filmmaker Donna Kanter recently released a documentary highlighting stories of people involved in the Holocaust.