AirTalk brings you the latest on Gov. Jerry Brown’s infrastructure projects after the price tag on California’s bullet train rose $2.8 billion. We also dive into LA’s 2017 crime numbers during our monthly check-in with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck; how necessary are annual physical exams?; and more.See full episode >
The South Coast Air Quality Management District is expected to meet with representatives from the Torrance and Wilmington petroleum refineries on Saturday to discuss a proposal that could ban or change their use of modified hydrofluoric acid (MHF) — a potentially lethal chemical if leaked.
The law allowing the U.S. government to collect emails and other information non-U.S. persons on foreign soil was extended this week in Congress as the House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday morning that continues government surveillance and information collection allowed under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for another six years.
When tasked with opening the first China bureau for the daily radio program “Marketplace,” reporter and correspondent Scott Tong realized that the changing landscape of the world’s largest populated country could be captured through the stories of five individuals: his family members.
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