California Legislature released documents outlining a slew of sexual harassment incidents, including the names of accused lawmakers and details into how the cases were handled. We explore the content and impact of these documents. We also look into Amazon's latest patent; the week in politics; and more.
AirTalk brings you the latest after the Nunes memo dropped this morning: what will its effect be on the FBI, the Mueller investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the election and general politics in DC? We also review this week’s movie releases on FilmWeek – plus, a dive into how much Oscar campaigns really influence Academy voters.
With two Republican Representatives eschewing reelection, Democrats in Orange County are pushing hard for a November win, but the question remains whether traditionally conservative O.C. will bite. Today's show also addresses new info on the Russian probe; debates the legitimacy of "fancy tacos"; and more.
AirTalk walks you through Trump’s first State of the Union speech last night – plus, the Democratic rebuttal from Massachusetts Rep. Joe Kennedy. We also dive into new research suggesting repeated hits to the head could be just as dangerous as concussions in developing CTE; should a teacher’s anti-military comments get him fired?; and more.
AirTalk looks ahead to the future of the U.S. healthcare industry after news that Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan are teaming up to create an independent health care company for their employees. We also speak with newly named editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times, Jim Kirk; how will Facebook’s new algorithm affect your newsfeed?; and more.
The LA Times has been making headlines of its own recently, with the development of a new union and lots of shuffling around in its top positions – AirTalk walks you through the latest. We also give you the week’s news in politics ahead of Trump’s State of the Union address tomorrow; what’s a supertaster and how can you tell if you’re one of them?; and more.