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Vergara vs. California, World Cup preview, Cantor defeat and more

Today we start with analysis and reaction from the Vergara vs. California ruling about teacher protections. Then, House majority leader Eric Cantor is defeated by Tea Party candidate David Brat. Plus, we take a look at some unrest around the beginning of the World Cup, the L.A. Film Fest kicks off today, Journalist Anthony Breznican on his new novel 'Brutal Youth' and much more.

President's immigration proposal gives discretion to border agents

Border patrol, drowsy driving, Casey Kasem update and more

Today on the show, we start with a report that the FBI is investigating use of force by border patrol agents. Then, A judge stalls end of life measures for Casey Kasem. Plus, Tesla could open its secrets to competitors. Plus, California state prisons struggle to enroll parolees in Medi-Cal before release, a 'Paleo Foodie' explains how to eat like our ancestors, and much more.


Student loan relief, Ed O'Bannon vs NCAA, country music photos and more

Today on the show we start with a discussion about President Obama's latest student loan relief order. Then, the antitrust trial between former college athletes and the NCAA begins today. Plus, Brazil's passion for soccer runs deep through its history, a new exhibit at the Annenberg Space showcases rarely seen portraits of country music stars, and more.

Proposed Budget Cuts Threaten Funding For California Universities

UCLA biz school bias, Latino constituents, Colossus closing and more

Today on the show, a new study shows gender bias against female faculty. Then, A new study from USC suggests your name might be one of the reasons your local lawmaker isn't responding to your questions and requests. Plus, Kate Mulgrew talks "Orange Is The New Black," Shep Gordon on his fascinating career as a Hollywood talent manager, Magic Mountain's Colossus roller coaster is closing and more.

Sheriff deputy testimony, LGBT Nike, 'The Snowy Day' and more

Today on the show, an ex-sheriff deputy describes culture of abuse at LA County jail. Then, children crossing the US-Mexico border alone are being sent to military bases for shelter. Plus, a new exhibit about children's author Ezra Jack Keats, a look at the strange world of agents who represent kid actors, the story behind Nike's #BeTrue line for LGBT athletes, and more.


Voter apathy, Tiananmen Square at 25, Reza Aslan, 'WKRP in Cincinnati' and more

Voter turnout for yesterday's primary election in California turned out to be dismal as expected. Why do voters seem so apathetic? Then, a look back at the legacy of Tiananmen Square, 25 years later. Plus, Reza Aslan talks about his new L.A. series, The Writer's Room, actress Loni Anderson on reuniting with the cast of 'WKRP In Cincinnati' and more.