AirTalk for April 24, 2014

What's been the impact of LA's FasTrak lanes? Do the FDA's e-cig regulations go too far or not far enough? Then, the FCC is proposing new rules on net neutrality. What will it mean for consumers? Later, do mentions of liquor in pop songs lead to teen binge drinking? One study says so.

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AirTalk for April 7, 2014

Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met for the second time on Monday with an American mediator to try and salvage the peace talks that nearly came to a screeching halt late last week.What are the possible outcomes if neither side is willing to compromise? Do you trust Yelp reviews?


AirTalk for April 4, 2014

Mozilla's new CEO, Brendan Eich, resigned after controversy developed surrounding donations he made in 2008 to support Proposition 8, the California ban on gay marriage. Should a company's CEO, or any of it's employees, be forced to represent the views of their customer base? David Letterman announced he will retire in 2015. Who should take his spot on "The Late Show?"

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AirTalk for April 3, 2014

A proposed Labor Day weekend music festival to be held in downtown LA at Grand Park is drawing criticism. Is the area around Grand Park ready for a large music festival? How could this impact LA? Should the traditional college track still be considered the ideal for all American students? Later, are anonymous and 'antisocial' apps changing the way we interact online?

Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Case Involving Donor Limits To Political Campaigns

AirTalk for April 2, 2014

Today, the Supreme Court struck down Watergate-era campaign donation limits in a controversial 5-4 decision. What does this ruling mean for the election process? How will this impact upcoming elections? Some doctors are concerned with the health impacts of Girl Scout Cookies. Should the Girl Scouts offer healthier options?


AirTalk for April 1, 2014

General Motors' CEO Mary Barra is testifying before a congressional subcommittee today. Barra is facing questioning about the company's recall of millions of small cars. How will this impact GM and the American auto industry? How should you go about asking for a raise? Later, when Hollywood advocates, should people listen?

AirTalk for March 31, 2014

Metro riders are worried about proposals to raise L.A.'s transit fares. Next, what have this weekend's earthquakes taught us about preparedness? Then, two new studies take a closer look at autism. Later, Larry talks with a Cesar Chavez biographer.