AirTalk for July 8, 2013

In Flight Television
When Asiana Flight 214 crashed upon landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, some 27 other flights were put in holding patterns in the sky above while emergency responders dealt with the situation on the ground. What is the best protocol for pilots and crew when the news is full of something that could fill their passengers full of dread?
At least 51 people were killed and more than 300 were injured when the Egyptian army open fire on supporters of Mohamed Morsy. With the escalating clashes, will the military impose stricter control?
Asian community
Asian Americans make up the third largest ethnic minority group in the U.S. and a third of them, about 5.6 million, live in California. But a new report co-authored by two Brown University researchers finds that the Asian Americans are almost as segregated from the white Americans as they were 20 years ago.
Minor relationships
Earlier this month a Redlands area female teacher was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old male student, whose child she is now allegedly bears. Another female teacher in Brea was arrested for sleeping with a male student in June. Are male teenaged victims of sexual assault less “victimized” by these crimes than females?

Can singing together make us happy?

In her book "Imperfect Harmony," Stacy Horn tells of her experiences singing and gets into the scientific benefits of singing with other people--some studies show that learning music can counteract the impact of aging.
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