AirTalk for November 25, 2014

Nationwide protests spurred following the grand jury's announcement to not indict officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed Michael Brown last August. What's next from a legal standpoint? Also, we weigh the benefits and pitfalls of disclosing mental health to an employer. Then, last minute Thanksgiving recipes from LA chefs.
Riots After Grand Jury Decision Rip Apart Ferguson, Missouri

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