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AirTalk for September 27, 2012

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Officials Discuss Progress On Washington Monument Repairs
If you believe what you read, watch or hear in the news, Mitt Romney’s campaign is sinking fast. After Romney’s ill-spoken remarks at a private fundraiser were made public last week, the media were quick to declare his campaign on life support.

‘Carmageddon 2’ is coming: Will it be hype or hysterics?

Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky joins AirTalk to explain construction logistics and advises motorists to stay local this weekend.

Can sleeping smarter offset not sleeping enough?

Are you worried that you’re not sleeping enough? Or are you not sleeping enough because you’re worried?
Supreme Court To Rule On California's Overcrowded Prisons

Prop 36 could change three strikes law come November

November’s ballot will feature the Three Strikes Reform Act which is a revised version of California’s Three Strikes Law.

Why are Christians so hot and bothered over hell?

How can a loving God send people to a place of eternal torment? That is one of the primary questions addressed in the new documentary “Hellbound?,” which examines how Christian beliefs about God, the Bible, and punishment affect and shape our culture.

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