The Bush administration recently approved the use of sonar by the Navy to search for ultra-quiet submarines. The decision has angered many environmentalists who argue the use of sonar technology is life-threatening to whales. Larry Mantle speaks with Deputy Director of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Dr. John Heyning; NRDC Senior Attorney, Joel Reynolds; and, Director of the Bioacoustics Research Program at Cornell University, Dr. Chris Clark.
Based on the issues Californians have identified as most important to them in the latest field poll, how do the presidential candidates measure up - and who's best for the state? Then, the coauthor of a letter sent by 150 public health experts calling for the 2016 Olympic games to be moved from Rio makes his case; Plus, the candidates for the Los Angeles County 5th District Supervisors seat debate
Could Gawker's lawsuit have a "chilling effect" on tabloid news? One of the major sources of funding for CA's high speed rail project was revenue from cap and trade auctions of carbon credits, but last week's auction was a bust; then, a state bill would free passersby of liability if they break someone's car window to rescue a hot dog inside - will owners avoid bringing dogs for fear of overzealous animal lovers breaking into their cars to free a dog that's just fine? And a closer look at why it's taken so long to cleanup Exide.
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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