AirTalk for October 1, 2014

What's next for the secret service after last week's White House security breach? Also, three U.S. theater chains say they'll boycott the new "Crouching Tiger" sequel following Netflix's announcement to make the film available on the same day it hits Imax theaters. Then, where has all the wildlife gone? Reports show half of the earth's wildlife population has depleted since 1970.
Secret Service Re-Evaluates Security After Breaches At White House

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