AirTalk dives into the implications of the LAPD’s new rules on releasing officer body and dash camera recordings. We also bring you the latest on Austin bombing suspect Mark Anthony Conditt, who killed himself as police closed in this morning; what Paula Jones’ lawsuit against then-President Bill Clinton can tell us about Zervos v. Trump; and more.See full episode >
More than three years after the Los Angeles Police Department rolled out its plan for officers to use body-worn cameras, police commissioners have approved a policy allowing the release of videos from those body cams as well as from patrol car dashboard cams.
California’s faith-based pregnancy centers are challenging a state law in the Supreme Court that requires them to tell patrons about abortion, contraception and prenatal care available at no or low cost from the state.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Facebook is facing criticism in the wake of a report alleging that the tech giant misused user data when it allowed a political data firm to harvest information on millions of users.
As the opioid crisis grows in prominence both in communities across the U.S. and on the political stage, there’s another opioid issue that’s rising to the forefront: the shortage of these painkillers in hospitals.