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Sony Pictures in Culver City has pulled the release of its comedy "The Interview" a day after an online threat of violence against moviegoers and theaters where "The Interview" would be shown. Also, the Russian economy has been hit hard by falling oil prices and international sanctions related to Ukraine. Then, whatever your reason for hating Christmas music, we’re tackling the worst of the worst on AirTalk.
The US is set to open talks to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba after a 50-year stalemate. Also, in a highly anticipated move, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced yesterday that the city will buy 7,000 body-worn cameras for LAPD officers. Then, Millenials have been flocking back to their parents’ homes in increasing numbers, with some never leaving at all.
Jeb Bush has announced that he is “actively exploring” a presidential run in 2016. Also, AirTalk has assembled a panel of healthcare experts from several fields to discuss why healthcare costs are so high in the U.S. and what can be done to bring those costs to a lower level. Then, should apps like Waze be able to redirect individual routes through all areas of the city?
Two were killed during a 16 hour standoff at a café in Sydney after an Iranian refugee took hostages at gun point. Also, should drone operators be required to be licensed under the pending FAA regulations? Then, people suffering from severe depression are using ketamine as a treatment, but is it safe?
Sony Pictures co-chairwoman Amy Pascal and movie producer Scott Rudin are at the center of the Sony leak over a string of nasty emails. Also, a 78-year-old man is being charged with raping his wife who was suffering from Alzheimer's. Then, who have been the most notable actors turned directors?
The House of Representatives is close to passing the appropriations bill with just under $1.1 trillion in funding. Also, a study published today finds that a single conversation with the right messenger can go a long way toward building lasting support for a controversial social issue. Then, what are the psychological factors at work in the minds of sports fans?