AirTalk for October 22, 2013

Don't deny you have documents about drones, court tells the CIA.
Human rights group, Amnesty International, is calling on the U.S. to disclose the breadth and consequences of its drone strikes on Pakistani soil.
Garcetti Forum
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti sat down with KPCC political reporter Frank Stoltze last night at the KPCC Crawford Family Forum to discuss future plans for the city. On the agenda is a restoration of the LA River. Garcetti said he supports a $1 billion plan to restore the river’s ecosystem.
Largest Bike Share Program In US Underway In New York City
More Californians are giving the car the slip and hopping on bicycles for their daily commutes. Next month, a summit in the Bay area will explore the implications of the mainstreaming of cycling in California. What are the legal implications? What would it mean for urban planning?
Apple's Updated iPad Goes On Sale

Is Apple officially out of ideas?

Apple is hosting a special event today in San Francisco. Folks in the know are expecting the Cupertino-based company to debut its latest versions of the iPad and iPad mini. In the last couple years, though, the only truly new products out of Apple have been just iterations of the same old thing.
There’s a lot that listening to the police scanner can tell you about your city.
A Monarch butterfly is in a flower in Lo
Monarch butterflies may be a common sight much of the year for those living in the U.S. and Canada, but where do they disappear to in the winter? That’s the question the late scientist Fred Urquhart spent much of his life trying to answer.
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