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AirTalk for January 10, 2013

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Oscar nominations: What made the cut and what got cut

Which films, actors, and filmmakers made the cut and which were left on the cutting room floor?
LAPD Takes Over Security At Dodgers Games After Attack On Giants Fan

Ask the Chief

Hear the latest LAPD news from Chief Charlie Beck
Gov. Jerry Brown

Governor Brown releases the state budget

After years of being in debt, California’s budget deficit is gone for the first time since the recession.
Life of Pi

David Magee on Life of Pi's journey from novel to film

'Life of Pi' writer David Magee talk about their journey to transform Yann Martel's magical novel into film.
70th Annual Golden Globe Awards Nominations
While no one can argue that the Globes are the biggest party in Hollywood, there is a debate over the integrity and reputation of the event.

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