AirTalk for June 3, 2014

U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl watches in July 2009 as one of his captors displays Bergdahl's identity tag during the first of several videos the Taliban released of the soldier.
Questions have been raised about Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s capture days after his release from Taliban custody on May 31. The circumstances of Bergdahl’s capture haven’t been released by the Pentagon, but confirmation from a defense official that he was off his post without authorization are fueling anger from soldiers who are critical of the trade that lead to his release.
The smoke stacks at American Electric Po
The Obama administration yesterday announced its most ambitious environmental reforms yet: a proposal to force a 30 percent cut (from 2005 levels) in carbon dioxide emissions from power plants in the next 15 years.
General Election - Education

How do school schedules impact LAUSD students?

LAUSD’s school year is wrapping up this week, but some parents say the curriculum ended weeks ago, and that kids have been academically checked out during the end of the semester.
On June 4, 1989, People’s Liberation Army soldiers opened fire on student activists and civilians gathering in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, killing untold hundreds of people.

New Armenian-American reality TV show sparks outcry

A new reality TV show featuring a group of Armenian-Americans living in Glendale has riled critics for its representations of the ethnic group.
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