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The U.S. Supreme Court refused to grant appeals from five states seeking to ban same-sex marriages today. Also, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will decide on whether to allow immigration agents in county jails. Then, co-author Michael Stern dishes the best eats on the road from his countrywide "RoadFood" guide.
With wall-to-wall cable news coverage and social media over-hyping the threat of ebola, how do public health workers weigh placing precautions while calming the public? Also, the rumor mill has been churning for weeks about whether LAUSD superintendent John Deasy might lose his job or possibly resign. Then, author Steve Wilson looks back at 75 years since the release of "Gone With The Wind."
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled yesterday that the bankrupt city of Stockton can legally reduce its pension obligations to California's massive public pension system. Also, the killing of nearly 1,000 chickens at a Foster Farms facility has thrown a spotlight on animal cruelty cases. Then, Live Nation and Nederlander Corp. battle over the Greek Theatre.
What's next for the secret service after last week's White House security breach? Also, three U.S. theater chains say they'll boycott the new "Crouching Tiger" sequel following Netflix's announcement to make the film available on the same day it hits Imax theaters. Then, where has all the wildlife gone? Reports show half of the earth's wildlife population has depleted since 1970.
Undocumented immigrants can apply for professional licenses in California under a new law (SB-1159; Lara) signed on Sunday by Gov. Jerry Brown. Also, Los Angeles WaterKeeper is calling on Angelenos to stop washing their cars. Then, Mayor Richard Riordan talks about this new memoir "The Mayor."
Demonstrations led by students continue against restrictions on voting set by Beijing in advance of Hong Kong’s 2017 election. Also, next Monday marks the first oral arguments of the Supreme Court's new term. Then, author Laurence Steinberg offers a fresh look at adolescence with his latest, "Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence.”