It’s been another busy week in Washington DC.
This week, The Issue Is...Pete Buttigieg
For the first time ever, progressive attorney Gloria Allred and conservative commentator Tomi Lahren debate with each other.
Showtimes for The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson
A special edition from the spin room of the Democratic Debate at Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles.
"It is true that the other candidates have been out for a while...but it is by no means settled."
Former CA Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses climate change, homelessness, election reform, his legacy, his kids, and more.
The Issue Is... Impeachment and the presidential race.
On this Thanksgiving Week, we take a break from our normal conversation about politics. Instead, this week...The Issue Is...gratitude.
This week, "The Issue Is:" anchor Elex Michaelson engages in a little role reversal, as FOX 11 intern Terry Ayzman takes the reins for a bonus show!
The Issue Is...Impeachment.
This week, we have two, exclusive one on one interviews with two Democratic presidential candidates.
The impeachment inquiry is in full swing!
Chairman of the powerful House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, joins us on The Issue Is
In this week’s ‘The Issue Is:’ podcast extra we sit down with LA Times columnist Gustavo Arellano to discuss Proposition 187.
Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti steps onto "The Issue Is:" set this week & weighs in on homelessness, CA's power blackouts, and the backstory behind his rumored presidential bid.
For this week's "The Issue Is:" podcast extra, Elex Michaelson sits down for a candid and revealing conversation with Johanna Maska, a former President Barack Obama's Director of Press Advance.
This week, "The Issue Is" impeachment, the CA wildfires, and mental health awareness.
Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-California) is on the House Intelligence Committee investigating the President.
From the moment he made a splash on the 2020 Democratic ticket, Tom Steyer has made it his mission to scrub the federal government of its overriding influence from corporate America. Toppling over the Trump White House might just be secondary.“There’s a good chance [Trump] won’t even be on the ballot” come November, Steyer confidently predicts.