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Polls have shown that Americans are tired of the U.S. being involved in foreign conflicts. How involved should the U.S. get in escalating crises? Also, Texas governor Rick Perry is expected today to announce a plan to deploy 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Rio Grande Valley to combat the recent surge in illegal immigration. Then, we will discuss the best and worst of summer jobs for teens and young adults.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, a passenger plane carrying 295 people was shot down yesterday by a ground-to-air missile, according to U.S. officials. Also, e-cigarette sales have declined for the first time in a five-year-period of steady growth. Are they just a fad? Then, it's Filmweek on AirTalk!
Fox offered an $80 billion deal to Time Warner for the two companies to merge into one giant entertainment force, but Time Warner declined the offer. Also, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, a passenger plane carrying 295 people, has crashed in Ukraine near the Russian border. Then, how do you deal with embarrassing digital moments?
Monday, a chartered plane carrying children and mothers deported from the US landed in the Honduran capital of San Pedro Sula. Also, Chief Beck is in to talk about assault stats, union tensions and immigration detentions. Then, MLB heavyweights went head-to-head in the 85th Annual All Star Games
The Manhattan Beach City Council will decide today whether it wants to make a ban on fishing from the pier permanent. Also, according to new surveys out this month, the Affordable Care Act has cut California’s uninsured rate in half. Then, LA City Attorney Mike Feuer released a statement today to file a temporary restraining order on a new medical marijuana farmers market in Boyle Heights.
Should LA County approve court-ordered mental health treatment? Also, rising numbers of people are going to urgent care centers because they’re often nearby, open long hours, for seven days a week, and the prices for services are more affordable than at emergency rooms. Then, where to find the best deals during Restaurant Week in LA.