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Mayor Garcetti And Gov. Brown Sign Bill Allowing Illegal Immigrants Driver's License Eligibility

The latest bills to be signed by Gov. Jerry Brown

California Governor Jerry Brown recently broke a new record as the longest serving governor of California. Lately he's been a pretty busy governor, too. For more on what he's up to, we're joined by John Myers.

DC budget battle turns off the tap on craft brewers

A small federal agency which approves the labels on beer bottles and kegs is shut down, and that means dozens of craft breweries are in limbo, unable to legally distribute their product.
Government Shutdown Continues Without Resolution
It's time for our Friday Flashback, a look back and analysis of the week's biggest news stories. Today, we've got our "A-team" in today.
Escape From Tomorrow
Director Randy Moore joins the show to talk about how he managed to film a feature-length horror film right under Disney's nose.

Finding humor in Supreme Court oral arguments

Trial consultant Ryan Malphurs reviews Supreme Court oral arguments and parses them for instances of humor.
Silk Road
All over the world buyers and sellers who were using The Silk Road are now being arrested. Joining the show to talk about the aftermath of this bust is Bridget Carey from CNET.
Every week we get your weekend conversation starters with Rico Gagliano and Brendan Newnam, the hosts of the Dinner Party Download podcast and radio show.
Richard Buckner

Musician Richard Buckner on his new album 'Surrounded'

Richard Buckner has been making incredible, critically-acclaimed albums for more than a decade now, but you can still find him working odd jobs during the day.

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