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Following Tim Cook's opinion piece published today on his sexuality, are we moving to a point where sexuality won't have to be disclosed publicly? Also, a viral video showing street harassment begs the question: What's the best way to respond to "cat calls?" Then, a new study shows milk doesn't do a body good.
It's not a new Sci-Fi movie, robots will be rolling out at a home improvement store in San Jose. Also, Bobby Shriver checks in for his campaign for the LA County Board of Supervisors seat. Then, what does the future revitalization of Olvera Street mean for its unique character and local businesses?
Prescription opioid overdoses cost hospitals $1.4 billion in 2010, according to a new study. Also, Sheila Kuehl talks about her run for the LA County Board of Supervisors. Then author Gerard Russell shares his experiences living with seven ancient tribes in his latest book.
The angry comments of a quarantined nurse have brought Ebola policies into direct debate. Also, everything you need to know about elections in Orange County. Then, Walter Isaacson helps us look at the intersection of science and creativity through the figure of the innovator.
The Supreme Court will take up a case that will decide whether police have the right to inspect hotel records and if they need a warrant to obtain them. Also, the City of Oakland has approved a law allowing landlords to evict suspected sex workers. Then, zombies or demon possessions? What's your favorite horror film subgenre?
More digital billboards will be seen around L.A. thanks to a court ruling striking down a ban previously in place. Also, the former mayor of Iguala, Mexico and his wife are being held responsible for the 43 students who went missing in September. Then, can medical marijuana help treat children with epilepsy?