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AirTalk for September 13, 2013

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Protests sparked by anti-Muslim movie spread in Middle East, as the Hollywood tale keeps getting stranger
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OC journalists’ roundtable

Larry and our talented trio of Orange County journalists riff on the latest news from the O.C.
Obama Meets With Israeli PM Netanyahu At White House

The foreign policy question for Obama and Romney

While facts are still coming out about the violent protests in Egypt and Libya, it has become clear that foreign policy will be taking a larger role in this election cycle than previously thought.
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PETA and American Humane Association clash over animal safety

Despite PETA and the American Humane Association seemingly fighting on the same side of animal safety, the two non-profit organizations are battling over the use of animals in entertainment.
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Sex research: there’s an app for that

Until Alfred Kinsey started researching and studying human sexual practices in the late 1930s, sex was something that Americans did more than they discussed.

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