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Today on the show, reporter Sonia Nazario fills us in on the latest in the Central American migrant crisis. Then, the city of Bell to consider plan to shelter young migrants. Plus, USDA rescinds ban on cattle inspectors working in Mexico, before Uber and Lyft was the battle against jitney cabs, what California gets from Citigroup's $7B mortgage crisis payout, planting 'Seeds of Peace' in a time of conflict, plus much more.
Today on the show, we start with a look at the latest in the Donald Sterling trial. Then, we discuss how Central American gangs affect the region's youth. Plus, some trips by U.S. students to Israel are on hold due to unrest, why people are scrambling for their chance to board a one-way trip to Mars, FIFA videogames, director Richard Linklater on his indie epic, "Boyhood," and much more.
Today, we start with a look at a recent lawsuit over giving migrant children due process in immigration court. Then, Emmy nominations were announced this morning. Plus, a deep sea Internet cable live streams video and sound from the ocean floor, LAUSD significantly raises service employee wages, how you can track wildfire recovery with your cell phone, plus much more.
Today, we'll start with a look at what the Honduran government is doing to try and keep child migrants home. Then, J.K.Rowling thrills fans with "Harry Potter" update. Plus, the impact of Mexico's immigration policy on unaccompanied minor crisis, drought to blame for rise in fast food prices, former national team player John O'Brien on the future of US soccer, Yuna talks music and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the LAPD's plan to require judicial oversight for ICE holds. Then, community organizations provide aid to busloads of undocumented immigrants in Murrieta. Plus, Washington State's legal pot shops open for business — we talk to Seattle sole pot shop owner, a new memoir tells the untold story of drug kingpin 'Freeway' Rick Ross, LAPD Museum houses history of city's dark side, Tuesday Reviewsday and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the conditions deported youth face in Honduras. Then, grooming remains one of the most resilient industries despite the recession. Plus, Edan Lepucki's debut novel 'California' builds buzz before release, a new free 'Good and Cheap' cookbook for the $4 a day SNAP budget, shark attacks on the rise in Southern California, and much more.