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Election day is here and we have the latest on national midterm elections. Also, Taylor Swift as the latest artist to pull out from Spotify raises questions on how musicians should be paid in the digital era. Then, after more than a year after the launch of Covered California, how is the law faring?
How will last week's tragic Virgin Galactic crash affect the company's goals? Also, Mayor Garcetti is considering adding more diagonal crosswalks throughout the city. Would you be more likely to walk to a destination if it were easier to cross the street in certain locations? Then, take a crash course in election information before tomorrow's big day.
"Death with dignity" advocate Brittany Maynard has postponed her scheduled death originally set for Nov. 1. Is California ready to allow terminally ill patients the right to end their lives on their terms? Also, we hear from real-life night crew cameramen who consulted on the critically acclaimed film "Nightcrawler." Then, it's TGI-Filmweek!
Following Tim Cook's opinion piece published today on his sexuality, are we moving to a point where sexuality won't have to be disclosed publicly? Also, a viral video showing street harassment begs the question: What's the best way to respond to "cat calls?" Then, a new study shows milk doesn't do a body good.
It's not a new Sci-Fi movie, robots will be rolling out at a home improvement store in San Jose. Also, Bobby Shriver checks in for his campaign for the LA County Board of Supervisors seat. Then, what does the future revitalization of Olvera Street mean for its unique character and local businesses?
Prescription opioid overdoses cost hospitals $1.4 billion in 2010, according to a new study. Also, Sheila Kuehl talks about her run for the LA County Board of Supervisors. Then author Gerard Russell shares his experiences living with seven ancient tribes in his latest book.