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It's tried before. Is 2014 the year California legalizes marijuana? Next, U.S. Congress had its least productive year in modern memory. How did CA's legislature do? Then, what's the mood around the Sochi Olympic Games? Later, security concerns in open wifi networks and the decline of the hotel minibar.
It's lights out for the popular incandescent light bulb, but most Americans are still in the dark about the phase out. Then, how can payment card security be improved in wake of the Target breach? And how much would you pay for a smartphone app to keep your information private? On FilmWeek, we review this week's releases--including The Wolf of Wall Street and August: Osage County.
A state judged has barred pension cuts in San Jose. Who should take the hit when local governments run out of money? Next, the social stigma around e-cigarettes and a look at how social media fame is bought and sold. Then, who was the most influential Californian in 2013? Later, from layovers to hangovers, some advice for the holiday season.
On today's show, the latest on the health care rollout on the verge of the enrollment deadline. Then, is NSA spying having a chilling effect on writers? How did the pope's first year go? And--who is funnier--Brits or Americans? Later, we explore why so few of today's Christmas songs eclipse the genre's classics.
Confusion about the Affordable Care Act continues as the enrollment deadline nears. Next, a look inside California's private foster care system and Montana Senator Max Baucus' apportionment to China ambassador. Then, we explore Canada's prostitution laws and discuss how to handle holiday huggers in the workplace.
Today on AirTalk, we'll hear President Obama's parting words for 2013 in a live press conference. Then on FilmWeek we'll review all of this week's releases--including Spike Jonze's 'Her' and 'Anchorman 2.' Then, should great voice performances earn acting awards?