AirTalk for November 26, 2014

Protesters in LA have brought traffic to a halt, with more protests expected today. Also, the City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to begin drafting a new ordinance requiring handguns to either be locked up or disabled with trigger locks when they are not in use. Then, why is hard cider becoming more popular than beer for some drinkers?
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AirTalk for October 9, 2014

President Obama will be in town to designate the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument. Will the new status change the current use of the mountains for cyclists or drivers? Also, following the first U.S. export of oil in 40 years last July, should the U.S. increase their export of oil? Then, author Ethan Elkind delves into the past, present and future of Metro rail in the South land.

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AirTalk for October 8, 2014

The nation's largest private employer,Wal-Mart, is eliminating part-time workers from coverage and hiking premium and co-payments for full-time employees. Also, San Francisco became the first city in the state to pass legislation to regulate Airbnb. Then, middle-class earners are trumping the wealthy when it comes to charity donations.


AirTalk for October 7, 2014

With the rise of Ebola and other infectious diseases worldwide, should airports adopt more technology like infrared thermal scanners? Also, a study shows using hands-free technology while driving is just as dangerous. Then, a federal judge has ordered the release of 28 videos showing force-feeding in Guantanamo Bay.