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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in cases involving broadcast TV and political campaign lies. We'll discuss the latest. Then, will powdered alcohol soon be for sale? Later, we explore speculation that Oscar Pistorius hired an acting coach to bolster his performance on the stand.
Why have the Common Core standards become a divisive issue within the conservative movement? Should doctors consider the cost of treatment when they make medical decisions? Later, how would driverless cares influence your decision to buy a car?
Pasadena City College has dis-invited screenwriter and gay rights activist Dustin Lance Black to speak at graduation after some controversy. Then, LAUSD suspended a science teacher due to student science fair projects dubbed ‘imitation weapons.’ Later, FilmWeek and a look at a re-opened drive-in theater in LA.
Secretary of State John Kerry met with his Russian counterpart, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, and top officials from Ukraine and the European Union in Geneva on Thursday to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine. Yesterday, Jay-Z joined Mayor Eric Garcetti to announce the "Made in America" music festival will be held in Grand Park over labor day weekend.
Robert Rizzo has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for income tax evasion. LAPD Chief Beck joins Larry to discuss ankle-monitors for parolees, officers disabling recording devices, and more. A new study is challenging the notion that parental involvement in a child's education leads to better performance. Are parents too involved in their kids' educations?
Why are doctors so unhappy with the medical profession? Televisions shows such as "Game of Thrones" and "Mad Men" draw huge audiences, but can viewers discuss the shows without spoiling the drama for others? Is there spoiler etiquette? The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published its latest report this week. How much would it cost to keep climate change in check?