AirTalk for January 13, 2012

GOP Front Runner Mitt Romney Holds Campaign Rally In West Palm Beach, Florida

Automakers rev up for big job boosts in 2012

A decade ago, the U.S. auto industry employed about a million workers; at its low point just over half that number. Falling victim to global competition, lack of innovation and the economic recession, the Big Three automakers were in near-bankruptcy.
Rick Perry Visits Iowa State Fair

Texas cattle call seeks Republican to champion

Today at the ranch of Paul and Nancy Pressler just west of Houston, more than 100 conservative Christian leaders are convening. Number one on the agenda: deciding whether to back a candidate to take on Mitt Romney.
Mormon Church Holds Its Biannual General Conference

Mormon reactions to "The Mormon Moment" mixed

This may seem like a good time for Mormons in America. Mitt Romney, the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination, is a Mormon, as is John Huntsman, another candidate in the race.
Cast member Dolly Parton arrives at the
KPCC film critics Andy Klein, Wade Major and Charles Solomon join Larry to review the week’s new film releases, including Beauty and the Beast 3D, Joyful Noise, Contraband, Sing Your Song and more. TGI-FilmWeek!
Oscar statues are seen at the Kodak Thea
The rumor started early this week: the Academy Awards Board of Governors had a solution for the notoriously controversial documentary category. Official word came down yesterday.
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