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AirTalk® FOR April 26, 2018

Cold case gone hot: A look into the book that shed light on the ‘Golden State Killer,’ and an update from the Orange County DA

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AirTalk dives into the history of the ‘Golden State Killer’ after suspect Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, was arrested yesterday. We also look to the future of the VA after Trump’s nominee Ronny Jackson withdrew his nomination; Facebook’s data scandal has Google flying under the radar, but for how long?; and more. See full episode >
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