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Popular security measure called ineffective, how do we make airports safe?

At the heart of President Trump's travel ban is the idea that terrorists are planning to sneak into the country under the guise of refugees. And, like a lot of our concern about terrorism, the travel ban has been playing out at our nation's airports.

New music from Bell Biv DeVoe, Omar, Kid Koala and more

Every week we'll get the latest and freshest in new tunes. This week music supervisor Morgan Rhodes and Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com bring in their selections.

The Binge: The best new streaming shows

Take Two contributor Mark Jordan Legan offers his picks of the best streaming content.

Mel Brooks and the behind the scenes story of Young Frankenstein

Alex Cohen talks to legendary actor, director and comedian Mel Brooks about his work, life and his recent book about one of his most signature films, Young Frankenstein.

OC Assemblyman stands by claim California legalized child prostitution

Travis Allen wrote a provocative piece criticizing a new law aimed at treating child sex workers as victims, writing "teenage girls (and boys) ... will soon be free to have sex in exchange for money."

Arrest of heavily-armed suspect in Santa Monica rattles LA Pride event

Law enforcement officials arrested a heavily-armed suspect in Santa Monica early Sunday who told police he had been heading to L.A.'s Pride event.

Implicit bias - how it might play a role in the courtroom

Does the subconscious mind play more of a role in the legal system than most people have assumed?

The trans movement - is this the transgender community's moment?

With the recent Vanity Fair cover shot of Caitlyn Jenner, and the attention that Orange is the New Black trans actress Laverne Cox are getting, many people feel that we are living in a transgender movement.

Sorry, but a magic unicorn won't make your pledge for you

KPCC listeners v a magic unicorn. Guess who wins?

Robert Townsend on 'Hollywood Shuffle' and roles for black actors today

Robert Townsend wrote, directed and starred in the movie, and its being celebrated as part of L.A. Magazine’s look at the '80s.

'The Snowy Day': The art of Ezra Jack Keats at the Skirball Center

The Skirball Center is celebrating the children's book "The Snowy Day" by Ezra Jack Keat with a complete interactive exhibit.