AirTalk for November 26, 2014

Protesters in LA have brought traffic to a halt, with more protests expected today. Also, the City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to begin drafting a new ordinance requiring handguns to either be locked up or disabled with trigger locks when they are not in use. Then, why is hard cider becoming more popular than beer for some drinkers?
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Riots After Grand Jury Decision Rip Apart Ferguson, Missouri

AirTalk for November 25, 2014

Nationwide protests spurred following the grand jury's announcement to not indict officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed Michael Brown last August. What's next from a legal standpoint? Also, we weigh the benefits and pitfalls of disclosing mental health to an employer. Then, last minute Thanksgiving recipes from LA chefs.

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AirTalk for November 24, 2014

A retired judge will decide how the $140 million settlement will be allocated to the 81 victims subjected to sexual molestation and lewd acts by convicted Miramonte elementary school teacher on a case-by-case basis. Also, should more employers ban tobacco smokers from being hired? Then, a new study offers a different look at altruism.


AirTalk for November 21, 2014

President Obama promised to provide extra support to law enforcement officials on the border and make it easier for skilled immigrants to stay and contribute to the economy during his speech last night. AirTalk held a viewing party of the speech which was followed by a discussion with a panel of special guests. Also, how do the latest dystopian films match up to its predecessors. Then, it's TGI-Filmweek!

"Open University" Strike Held At UC Berkeley

AirTalk for November 20, 2014

Students at University of California schools could be shelling out more to go to school in the coming years. Also, Mike Nichols, director of acclaimed films such as The Graduate, Catch-22, Carnal Knowledge, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, passed away last night at age 83. Then, President Obama is set to announce his executive actions relating to the immigration system today.


AirTalk for November 19, 2014

President Obama is set to announce Thursday that he is going issue an executive order to grant temporary legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants. Also, concerned experts convened in Winnipeg, Canada this week to discuss how the easy access of pornography is affecting children. Then, few actors have had as long and accomplished a career in showbiz as Dame Angela Lansbury.


AirTalk for November 18, 2014

Tensions have been rising in the holy city as two Palestinians attacked a synagogue in Jerusalem killing four people earlier today. Also, nearly half of all working age adults in Los Angeles have at least one roommate.Then, author Megan Daum finds words to discuss the unspeakable across multiple contexts.