AirTalk for March 11, 2014

CIA Director Nominee Brennan Meets With Senate Intelligence Chair Feinstein
Today, in a 40-minute speech on the Senate floor, Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) publicly accused the Central Intelligence Agency of spying on Senate staffer computers.
Obama Departs White House For New England Campaign Events
President Obama made his comedy web series debut on Tuesday by sitting down with comedian Zach Galifianakis as his guest on "Between Two Ferns."
He's been called a 'rock star' and Superman, but how much impact has Pope Francis had on the Catholic Church during his first year in office?
A man walks past a medicinal marijuana d
Two California lawmakers have introduced bills aimed at regulating medical marijuana in the state. Senator Lou Correa’s SB 1262 and Assemblyman Tom Ammiano’s AB 604 take different approaches to medical marijuana regulation.
San Diego University Student Found Dead In Frat House
The American college fraternity system has been in the hot seat lately after a number of high profile incidents landed some new recruits in the hospital.

Study finds smartphone use sparks distracted parenting

A new study published this week in the journal Pediatrics shows that parents are increasingly distracted by their mobile devices.
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