AirTalk for January 13, 2014

It has not even hit the bookstands, yet Robert Gates memoir is the most talked about in Washington. As the Washington Post's Bob Woodward wrote in the first review last week, "It is rare for a former Cabinet member, let alone a Defense secretary.

Swedish doctor transplants wombs into nine women

Many women look forward to becoming a mother. Infertility can be a huge roadblock for some on the road to parenthood. Infertility treatments, such as In Vitro Fertilization have been around for years.
"The Harsh Truth: Teen Moms Tell All" Sposored By The Candie's Foundation
Popular reality TV shows like '16 and Pregnant' and 'Teen Mom' have been criticized for glamorizing teen pregnancy but according to a new study, the shows may actually have a positive effect on the teen birthrate.

LA crime stats show continuing drop in crime

Crime in Los Angeles County is at a record low for the eleventh straight year. Mayor Garcetti proudly announced the final 2013 statistics today. Among the notable numbers, violent crime is down 12 percent.
Reading Fightin Phils v Trenton Thunder

MLB arbiter hits Alex Rodriguez with 162 game suspension

New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez's 211 game suspension for his alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs was reduced to 162 games by an arbitrator this weekend, effectively forcing the slugger to sit out the entire 2014 season.
John Wooden coached the UCLA men's basketball team to 10 NCAA championships during the 1960s and the '70s, but author Seth Davis says Wooden's success is only a fraction of the man he was.
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