AirTalk for November 25, 2013


Analysis: preliminary Iranian nuclear deal

The U.S., along with five other members of the United Nations, have reached an interim agreement with Iran over the country's nuclear development program. Certain economic sanctions against Iran will be lifted in exchange for a six-month stoppage in Iran's nuclear enrichment program.
No one knows better than an Angeleno the soul-sucking nature of the daily commute. Battling the freeway maze can leave you exhausted at the end of the day, and according to a recent study, it might also leave you politically apathetic -- especially if you’re poor.
Mission To ISS Continues For NASA's Final Space Shuttle Flight
It's all eyes to the sky this evening as the widely-anticipated Falcon 9 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. If successful, the mission would put a SES communications satellite into orbit, but the implications extend far beyond the expected increase in television and cable services in Asian markets.

California lawmaker calls for new regulations on toy guns

California State Senator, Kevin de Leon has announced plans to re-introduce a bill to modify replica guns.
Los Angeles Lakers v Golden State Warriors

Kobe Bryant signs two-year contract extension with the Lakers

The Black Mamba has signed a two-year contract extension with the Lakers, which pretty much ensures that he will finish his gilded career with the team. The deal was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak.
Sea World, Gold Coast
“No animals were harmed during the making of this film.” Those words from the American Humane Association (AHA) are a relief for audiences to see at the end of movies that feature animals.

'From Scratch' goes behind the scenes at the Food Network

Twenty years ago, the Food network was a scrappy TV startup with a newfangled plan to broadcast cooking shows around the clock. In "From Scratch: Inside the Food Network," writer Allen Salkin shows readers how the network has tweaked its recipe over the years to become a billion-dollar media monolith.

Judge blocks sale of Calif. high-speed rail bonds

A Sacramento County Superior Court judge is blocking the sale of bonds to build California's bullet train and has rejected the state's funding plan, jeopardizing the future of the project.
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