AirTalk for April 27, 2015

Nepal is in crisis after Saturday's 7.8 earthquake devastated the countryside and its capital of Kathmandu, a week after seismologists from all the world met at the annual meeting of the 2015 Seismological Society of America in Pasadena. Also, how will Bruce Jenner’s interview affect visibility for the LGBT community? Then, what disclosure mistakes from the Clinton Foundation could mean for the 2016 race.
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