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AirTalk for November 30, 2012

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California Appeals Court Declines To Rehear Gay Marriage Ban Arguments

SCOTUS weighs marriage equality cases

How should the Supreme Court handle the marriage equality cases it is considering? What will the impact of the court’s decision be?
EGYPT-POLITICS-DEMO

Egypt passes draft constitution amid protests

The Egyptian revolution was a historic monumental event that explicitly illustrated the utter severity of the Arab Spring, but has Egypt replaced one dictator with another?
People drive their cars through deep wat

Rainy days and LA drivers getting you down?

We can’t just stay home when it rains, so how do you avoid becoming an L.A. driver cliché - or an accident statistic?
The Cinema Society With Men's Health And DeLeon Host A Screening Of The Weinstein Company's "Killing Them Softly" - Arrivals

FilmWeek: Killing Them Softly, Silent Night and more

Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Andy Klein and Wade Major to review the week’s new film releases including Killing Them Softly, ... and more. TGI-FilmWeek!
"The Central Park Five" New York Screening
“The Central Park Five” centers on the lives of five black and Latino Americans– teenagers at the time – who were charged and convicted with the brutal rape of a Manhattan woman.

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