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Sterling trial update, religious exemptions and LGBT rights, ride-sharing lobbying, saving the oak trees and more
Today on the show we speak with an American Israeli Defense Force soldier who recently spent several years as a lone soldier. We take a look at the impact the drought is having on Yuba City farmers. And Thousand Oak residents are mobilizing to protect California's oak trees, which are being cut down to make way for a shopping center and much more
President Obama on Gaza and Israel conflict, drug education today, Shakira's popularity on Facebook and much more
Today, we begin with the latest on the Malaysian Airlines crash site in eastern Ukraine. We also take a look at President Obama's call for a ceasefire after two weeks of conflict in Gaza and Israel. Plus, 'The Book of Unknown Americans': A novel about the immigrant story and much more.
Today, we begin with a discussion about the Malaysia flight shot down in Ukraine. Then, a look at the prominent AIDS researchers killed in the crash. Plus, 'The Book of Unknown Americans': A novel about the immigrant story, how hackers infiltrated the NASDAQ stock market, one senior's take on how her generation differs from Latino youths, Michael Pitt channels Richard Dawkins in the film 'I Origins' and much more.
Today, A judge says California death penalty violates U.S. Constitution. Then, A look at how the unrest between Israel and Palestine is playing out on social media. Plus, 'Bosch' writer Eric Overmyer on working during TV's new Golden Age, how elder care changes when more nurses are Latino, Ex-dictator Manuel Noriega sues over 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II," Billboard Latino's Justino Aguila talks Banda music and much more.
Today on the show, we start with a look at how the U.S. Border Patrol handles migrants along the Texas border. Then, California's "English learner" tests incorrectly label bilingual kids. Plus, we break down the grammatical errors in Weird Al's 'Word Crimes' video, tracking the health and wellness of gay and lesbian Americans, new app designed by 16-year-old exposes the role of money in politics and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the unrest between Palentine and Israel. Then, developers turn the Yo app into a tool that helps Israeli civilians. Plus, Time Warner and DirectTV continue their fight over the Dodgers, advice columnist Amy Alkon explains how to be a good person during a drought, creating patrons of the arts through crowdfunding, and much more.