Despite waning media attention, Afghanistan still rumbles with activity. Larry Mantle takes a look at different military missions in operation as well U.S. policy. How is the United States policy evolving and how is the United States implementing it? Larry asks these questions and more of Los Angeles Times staff writer, Eric Slater, and Senior Research Associate for the Middle East at the Monterey Institute, Dr. Amin Tarzi.
Tuesday, the Los Angeles Board of Education put on hold a proposal that would permit charter school operators and other outside groups to bid for control of 50 new schools scheduled to open over the next four years. Larry talks with Los Angeles Times Education reporter Howard Blume about this new plan.
HRC's big speech tonight, a Republican perspective on the DNC & a deep dive into why the threat of terrorism plays so differently with Democrats and Republicans - and how that played out in both conventions; Plus Metro CEO Phil Washington is in-studio to answer your questions about transportation & their new partnership with Pokémon Go
Bernie supporters heckled speakers throughout the first day of the Democratic Convention: can Bill Clinton heal the Democratic rift with his prime-time speech tonight?; Larry interviews Heather Mac Donald, whose controversial views on policing have caused a stir after this month's shootings & a recent study shows that high schoolers are having less sex than previous generations - a "Tinder sociologist" explains why.
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz agreed to step down as head of the Democratic National Committee after an email leak showed possible bias against Bernie Sanders: we look at the biggest stories in advance of this week's Democratic convention; a new study shows that playing specialized brain training games can help prevent the onset of dementia; and a relationship coach outlines the questions you should ask your partner before saying “I do.”
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