It's more expensive than ever to rent an apartment in Los Angeles. On Point reports on the housing crisis with CSUN Economics Professor Shirley Svorny, CSUN Political Science Professor Tom Hogen-Esch and Union de Vecinos co-director Elizabeth Blaney.
In 1787, the authors of the Constitution weren't thinking about smart phones and social media. Still, the Fourth Amendment has been interpreted as a broad protection of personal privacy that includes digital platforms, even though the personal information people share or store online isn't really very private. On Point reports with CSUN Communication Studies Professor Gina Giotta, Pierce College Computer Science Professor Luis Celada, CSUN Marketing Professor Kristen Walker and Guardian reporter Nellie Bowles.
Recent attacks abroad and in the United States have sparked political rhetoric that again started a conversation about Muslims and the Islamic religion. On Point reports on what this conversation means to the upcoming presidential election and for Muslims in America, with CSUN Political Science Professor Nicholas Dungey and Public Affairs Consultant at the Muslim Public Affairs Council Edina Lekovic.