AirTalk for September 16, 2014

Angelinos have exhausted electrical capacity during the heat wave, creating a power outage affecting over 4000 residents. Also, research is showing that the number of people starting their own businesses have been in steady decline in the last three decades. Then, the Benghazi committee holds its first open hearing tomorrow in hopes of answering still-unanswered questions about the 2012 attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in eastern Libya.
Energy Crisis Threatens the Western Power Grids

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