The Department of Justice Inspector General released a 500 pages long report on Thursday on the handling of the Clinton email investigation. We also examine the lawsuit against Harvard claims; speak with composer Michael Giacchino; and more. See full episode >
Apple is closing a security gap that allowed outsiders to pry personal information from locked iPhones without a password, a change that will thwart law enforcement agencies that have been exploiting the vulnerability to collect evidence in criminal investigations.
The Justice Department's watchdog faults former FBI Director James Comey for breaking with protocol in his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, but it says his decisions were not driven by political bias ahead of the 2016 election, according to two people familiar with the findings.
The U.S. government agency that oversees immigration applications is launching an office that will focus on identifying Americans who are suspected of cheating to get their citizenship and seek to strip them of it.
House Republicans are considering next steps on two immigration bills after GOP leaders persuaded moderate Republicans to drop their effort to force votes on legislation that would have protected young "Dreamer" immigrants with a path to citizenship.
L.A.'s mayor joins Larry on the show today to update listeners on a variety of issues affecting the city. We also debate a new initiative to strip immigration "cheaters" of their citizenship; review a new conclusion on the classic psychological experiment dubbed "the marshmallow test,"; and more.