KPCC presents "Blind Trust: What Enron Says About America." This one-hour Marketplace special will explain why the Enron crash is more than the biggest corporate bankruptcy in US history; it's a watershed event for America. It's a story about greed, corporate candor, security in retirement, big guys versus little guys. In short, "Blind Trust" is a story about American values at the beginning of a new century.
Host Larry Mantle together with critics Jean Oppenheimer of Screen International and Lael Lowenstein of Variety discuss the week's latest film and video releases. This week's selections include: Dragonfly, Queen of the Damned, How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog, Mean Machine, Trembling Before G-d, and The Town is Quiet. The critics also share their reactions to the Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor.
USA Today’s editorial board made an unprecedented move to advise the public against voting for Trump – we take a look at how they came to the decision; A geologist explains how the Salton Sea quake swarm could have triggered ‘the big one’; Colombian citizens vote Sunday on a peace treaty to end the FARC conflict – can the treaty be effective? Plus KPCC film critics join Larry Mantle to talk about this week’s releases.
We discuss the disturbing video footage of a North Hollywood man kidnapping a woman in broad daylight and potential bystander apathy; the year-to-year increase in unruly passenger behavior on airplanes; what Prop HHH would mean for LA's homeless; plus, maybe the secret to marriage is not marriage at all - but cohabiting?
Today on AirTalk, the impact of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's threat to cut ties with Russia on ending Syrian civil war; a look at the dynamic of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton interrupting one another in Monday's debate; and how historical buildings in Los Angeles can keep pace with the march of progress.
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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