Today, California's Water Board is considering imposing fines and limits on water usage. Outdoor watering accounts for more than half of residential water use, which is why local jurisdictions have been paying homeowners to rip up thirsty grass lawns and replace them with anything resistant to drought.
Use-of-force experts give their analysis of the Chicago police shooting video and weigh in on the events leading up to its release; We discuss Monday's upcoming Paris climate talks and its economic benefits; L.A. Times Test Kitchen Director Noelle Carter drops by our studio to give listeners last-minute Thanksgiving dinner tips and TGI-Filmweek comes early!
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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