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This week mark's Pope Francis' one year anniversary in the Vatican. How has he changed the Catholic Church? We're discussing the good, bad and the ugly when it comes to American fraternities. What are some of the dangers created by fraternities? Do fraternities have too much power? Later, what are the effects of a parent's mobile usage on a child's development?
The investigation of the missing Malaysian jetliner is still ongoing. The plane was carrying 239 people when it vanished on a flight between Kuala Lumpur to Beijing over the weekend.What are some leads that investigators are pursuing? A California man is suing a Las Vegas Casino arguing that he was too drunk to gamble. Is there a legal case that he was too drunk to gamble?
A new bill in California proposes to ban SeaWorld's killer whale shows. New weather forecasts indicate that there is a 50 percent chance of El Niño conditions occurring sometime this summer or fall. What does this mean for Southern California? It's Filmweek on AirTalk! Larry and the critics are discussing Mr. Peabody & Sherman, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Grand Budapest Hotel and more!
The U.S. takes a step toward sanctions against Russia. Larry has the latest. Then, a look at the new SAT and the potential dangers of CrossFit. Next, is a Master's program the best way to break into a creative field? Later, the history of health food as big business.
The U.S. announced it is placing visa restrictions on certain Ukrainian and Russian officials--a step toward sanctions. Then, a look at the new SAT and the potential dangers of CrossFit. Next, is a Master's program the best way to break into a creative field? Later, the history of health food.
The Los Angeles City Council voted to ban e-cigarettes with the same restrictions as regular cigarettes. Should pennies and nickels be eliminated? California's prison system is weighing changes to solitary confinement. What type of changes are being proposed?