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What Uber drivers in LA think of Travis Kalanick’s resignation

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned after the company's repeated fall outs, including discriminatory work culture toward women and questionable business practices - we want to hear from Uber drivers in LA what you think of his resignation? We also discuss the latest on House Intelligence hearings; veterans who face deportation; and more.

The Hollywood angle to the Georgia 6th District race everyone’s watching

The race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District seat between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff is the most expensive House race in U.S. history - and drawing big celebrities. We also look at a new SCOTUS case from Wisconsin to decide on partisan gerrymandering; following the heat over "Julius Caesar," when does political commentary in art go too far?; and more.

AirTalk asks: How should sexist workplace comments be handled?

AirTalk discusses the best ways to address sexism at work after an Uber board member made a disparaging comment that ultimately resulted in his resignation. We also debate a bill that would remove the names of low-level, nonviolent sex offenders from the state registry after 10 or 20 years; parse through the week's biggest news in politics; and more.

What Amazon’s buying Whole Foods means for grocery stores and retail

AirTalk parses through the effects of Amazon's major acquisition this morning and what it could mean for the company's expansion moving forward. We also check in on the SCOTUS decisions expected by the end of the month; discuss the US relationship with Cuba after President Trump's announcement today; review this week's movie releases on FilmWeek; and more.

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