President Obama's reforms to the NSA surveillance program will likely intensify the legal questions surrounding this issue. For more, we're joined by David Cole, a constitutional law professor at Georgetown University.
It's Friday, which means it's time for another Friday Flashback, our weekly look at the week in news. To help us with that we're joined by LA Times columnist James Rainey, and Nancy Cook of National Journal.
On January 16, 1964 — 50 years ago today — The Whisky a Go Go opened its doors for the first time. But as the Sunset Strip changed, so has the way business is done at the venue. KPCC's Kevin Ferguson reports.
The San Andreas fault runs hundreds of miles, from high mountains to low deserts. It passes through dozens of California's communities, and, according to scientists, a large earthquake could be imminent.
This week, the creators of the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" became the latest to apologize for their portrayals of Asians. The mea culpa came after Asian-American viewers voiced their outrage on Twitter.
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