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The U.S. continues to try to negotiate with Iran over their nuclear enrichment program. Is Iran using their nuclear stockpile for energy or for weapons? Then, President Obama apologized to the public for the glitches in the Affordable Care Act. Do you think an apology was necessary? Next, this weekend Angelenos can visit Sylmar cascades up close.Will you be going? Then, we talk about the first ten years of StoryCorps, an organization that shares the stories of everyday Americans. Then TGIF it's Filmweek with our critics reviewing the latest movies, and discussing early Oscar predictions.
Guest host Patt Morrison leads the discussion on the FDA moving to remove all trans fats from foods. What will happen to some of your favorite snacks? Then, many residents in Southern California witnesses a meteor shower last night. Did you see it? Next, a European satellite has been out of fuel since October and will fall back to earth. Should we be concerned on where the debris will land? Then, can affairs actually strengthen a marriage? Next, does LA County need more supervisors, and should California regulate its groundwater? Lastly, we talk with author Katie Davis about today's youth deal with tech overload.
There is a lot of chatter about how the Republican Party can recapture the White House in 2016. Is one solution to marginalize the tea party? Then, we continue our water series by looking at the Bay Area conservation plan. Next, in the case of a tragic accident or terminal illness how soon should someone be able to choose to end their life? Then, is our society too reliant on machines? What impact does this have on our performances? Lastly, we talk with author Daniel Stern about life as a swinger.
Orange County is considering a Megan's Law-style website for dogs considered dangerous. Sound like a good idea? Then, we're talking about the situation in Miami that's sparked up conversations about bullying in the NFL. Then, we'll find out how to trick our brains into eating healthier this holiday season. Later, we'll discuss the pros and cons of building a desalination plant in Huntington Beach and talk about the humanization of robots. Then, Beetles or Stones? Mick and Keith or John and Paul? Let us know which bands or artists compete to be your favorite!
After Friday's shooting at LAX, debates have arisen over whether TSA agents should be armed. We'll talk about what kind of security changes, if any, should take place at airports. Then, is the limit for non-economic malpractice damages too low? The Supreme Court's review of prayers before government meetings and Marvin Gaye's family's lawsuit against Robin Thicke over his song "Blurred Lines." Do they have a case? Later, we're talking to the author of a biography of Jim Henson, the man behind the muppets.