The feminist protest group FEMEN, founded in Kiev in 2008, is known for their topless protests. This week in Hanover, Germany, when Russian President Vladimir Putin met publicly with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a FEMEN protestor approached Putin with anti-Putin slogans painted on her bared breasts.
The Los Angeles Board of Supervisors is considering a motion today that would clamp down on illegal street vendors. The motion, written by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas who represents the 2nd District, applies to illegal vendors that sell everything from bacon hotdogs on pushcarts to used and new items on the streets in the unincorporated parts of Los Angeles.
The annual economics report from American Association of University Professors reveals that the difficult economic climate is taking a particularly nasty toll on professors at public universities. Tenured professors at private universities received an average of $167,118 last year, while their counterparts at public institutions received an average of $123,393.
We round up the latest in politics - President Trump's extensive plan on immigration enforcement, his new pick for National Security Advisor, SCOTUS hearings and more; how hackers can steal personal data while you charge your phone in public; we talk to Tony Fletcher about the life of singer Wilson Pickett; and more.
The Trump administration is reportedly contemplating ways to repeal DACA; with the 75th anniversary of the signing of the Japanese Internment Executive Order coming up on Sunday, we look back and remember; plus, Larry and film critics review the week’s latest releases, including “A Cure for Wellness” and “The Great Wall.” TGI-FilmWeek!
Almost 24 hours after Gen. Flynn’s resignation, it was alleged that Trump’s campaign had repeated contact with senior Russian intelligence - we dive into what's going on; police have detained a woman for the alleged assassination of Kim Jong-nam, half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jung-un; we check in with LAPD Chief Beck on policing undocumented immigrants; and more.
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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