AirTalk for March 3, 2015

Federal agents served search warrants at 20 locations in Southern California suspected of running “maternity hotels” as well as apartment complexes. Also, the Fourth Amendment comes under fire as arguments begin in the Supreme Court over whether police can inspect hotel and motel registries without a warrant. Then, Hillary Clinton came under fire yesterday after it was revealed that she exclusively used her personal email account while at the State Department.
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AirTalk for March 2, 2015

The California republican party voted to formally welcome the Log Cabin Republicans, a gay political group, to the state GOP yesterday. Also, a homeless man was shot dead by the LAPD on Skid Row in downtown LA on Sunday night. Then, in her six decades in the food criticism business, Mimi Sheraton has travelled the five continents writing about restaurants, testing recipes, and sampling dishes from the boeuf bourguignon to the Sichuan cold jellyfish salad.

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AirTalk for February 27, 2015

The U.S. House could vote on a bill today that would overhaul the No Child Left Behind Act. Also, Facebook is rolling out resources to users who express potential suicidal thoughts. Then, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks about his new pre-teen book, “Stealing the Game” and his ongoing work with his Skyhook Foundation.

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AirTalk for February 26, 2015

California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins of San Diego is proposing a package of bills to fund more units of affordable housing. Also, AirTalk looks at the practical and moral sides of refusing to pay back student loans. Then, more businesses are tailoring job descriptions to appeal to millennials' desire for making the world a better place.

Supreme Court Hears Case Involving Abercrombie & Fitch And Religious Wardrobe Discrimination

AirTalk for February 25, 2015

Arguments were heard today in the Supreme Court for the case involving a Muslim woman who said she wasn't hired by Abercrombie & Fitch because she wore a black headscarf to her interview. Also, former LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is out of the Senate race. Then, would you vote to ban plastic bags in the 2016 election?

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AirTalk for February 24, 2015

Researchers have found that feeding peanut butter to allergy-prone infants helps prevent a peanut allergy. Also, a survey from Los Angeles Metro finds that 22 percent of bus and subway riders had experienced "unwanted sexual behavior." Then, with so much tech available, what's the most effective way to learn a new language?

87th Annual Academy Awards - Show

AirTalk for February 23, 2015

“Birdman” soared to four Oscar wins on Sunday night, including best picture and best director,we’ll take a look back at the winners, losers, surprises, and snubs from the 87th Academy Awards. Also, What are the short and long-term implications for Congress if they neglect to fund DHS? Then, three out of four hospitals are not meeting standards for high-risk childbirths.