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It’s illegal to sell homemade food in CA, but that might change

​Selling tamales, wontons, blintzes and other foods made in a home kitchen that aren’t “non-potentially hazardous” is considered a crime in California. That’s something Assembly Bill 626, introduced by Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella), is trying to change.


Surviving domestic violence

Domestic violence often leaves victims feeling isolated, trapped or embarrassed.

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Republican venture capitalist John Cox talks about joining the race for California Governor

The gubernatorial race is on in California. High profile names like former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom have thrown their hats in the ring for the 2018 election.
Janet Yellen Testifies Before House Financial Services Committee

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House unveils Dodd-Frank replacement, but will it go the way of ACA repeal?

President Trump and Congressional Republicans have vowed to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act.

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Pilot, former police officer explains why we can’t stop watching LA car chases

Let’s face it. Police car chases are hard to stop watching.
Advertisers Leaving Fox's Bill O'Reilly Show After Sexual Assault Settlements

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Media watcher, Republican strategist on future of Fox News without Bill O'Reilly

Popular cable TV political commentator Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the airwaves of Fox News to host his ratings juggernaut talk show, 'The O'Reilly Factor.'
Minute's Silence Held In Paris To Honour The Victims Of The Terrorist Attack

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What have you forgiven? What’s too difficult to let go of?

The family of Robert Godwin, the passerby who was killed in a video posted to Facebook, said in an interview with FOX 8 that the family forgives Steve Stephens, who was wanted for Godwin’s murder.
National Clean Energy Summit 6.0 In Las Vegas

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NextGen Climate President Tom Steyer discusses his potential run for CA Governor

California Governor Jerry Brown’s seat is up for grabs in 2018, but it’s not too early to anticipate who’s in the race to fill it. Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and former mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa have begun their campaigns, but some big California names have been more ambiguous about their intentions.
Senate Holds Confirmation Hearing For Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch

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Justice Gorsuch hears major SCOTUS case on church-state separation

Upstart Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch will tackle a major separation of church and state case today.
Ford Announces New Electrification Project With Los Angeles Police Department

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LAPD Chief Beck on use-of-force and body cam policy changes, plummeting arrests in California and more

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck visits AirTalk for his monthly check-in today to talk about local and national law enforcement trends and, of course, answer questions from AirTalk listeners.