AirTalk for October 11, 2013

California Attorney General Kamala Harris Announces Lawsuit
California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed a lawsuit against Corinthian Colleges, Inc and its subsidiaries, which run a number of for-profit colleges across the country, claiming that they lied to students and investors about job-placement prospects, as well as illegally using military seals in their ads to attract veteran students.
Publix First To Offer Free Antibiotics To Customers
Maine became the first state in the country to enact a law that lets residents purchase mail-order drugs from some pharmacies in Canada, the U.K., New Zealand and Australia. Michael Brennan, mayor of Portland, the largest city in Maine, told the Wall Street Journal that the practice saved the city over $3 million between 2004 and 2012 for employees’ drugs.
NASA Mercury Astronaut Scott Carpenter speaks during an unveiling ceremony of two USPS stamps that commemorate and celebrate 50 years of US Spaceflight and the MESSENGER program during an event, Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in C

Remembering Astronaut Scott Carpenter's dramatic NASA career

M. Scott Carpenter, whose 1962 spaceflight nearly ended in disaster, died at age 88 yesterday [THURS] in Denver. Carpenter was the second American to orbit the Earth - after John Glenn - in a mission that suffered technical glitches and an uncertain landing 250 miles off target.
Premiere Of Columbia Pictures' "Captain Phillips" - Red Carpet

Filmweek: Captain Phillips, CBGB, Muscle Shoals and more

Larry is joined by KPCC critics Tim Cogshell, Wade Major and Peter Rainer to review this week's releases, including Captain Phillips, CBGB, Muscle Shoals and more! TGI-Filmweek!
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