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Today on the show, California Gov. Jerry Brown joins us to discuss the state's water woes. Then, Dept. of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson talk about immigration reform and border security. Then, we take a look back at the week's news in the Friday Flashback, aggressive Academy Awards campaigns push for Oscar votes, Safeway may put itself on the auction block and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with Metrolink's new collision avoidance system. Then, how will Gov. Jerry Brown spend $687.4 million on drought relief? Plus, aggressive Academy Award campaigns push for Oscar votes, MillerCoors releases new beer marketed toward Millenials, Egypt's Oscar-nominated 'The Square' tells the story of unfinished revolution and much more.
Today, we'll start out with a discussion about Obama's visit to Mexico. Then, changes to the LAPD's deadly force policy will impact how officers deals with the mentally ill. Plus, a salt shortage in Sochi almost impacts the Olympics, Trader Joe's is in the middle of a battle over its popular pretzel snacks, and much more.
The LAPD may change the way it currently investigates officer-involved shootings. Then, California won't have a chance to vote about legal pot until 2016. Plus, we'll hear from an Olympic ice dancer about her experience in Sochi, our Tuesday Reviewsday critics fill us in on the latest tunes, Bahooka restaurant's pacu fish finds a home, 'Book of Mormon' stars join us to talk about the show and much more.
Happy Presidents Day! We'll start the show today with a discussion about the future of winter sports on a warming planet. Plus we take a look back at the 1984 Olympics. Then, tonight, Jimmy Fallon takes the helm of "The Tonight Show," costume designer Michael Wilkinson talks about dressing the stars of "American Hustle," pharmacists are taking on larger roles in primary care, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll take a look at how small businesses in California are looking to Mexico for new trade opportunities. Then, Obama's in the Central Valley to discuss the state's water woes. Plus, a new book by the editor of the NYT's Modern Love column explores "Love Illuminated," most Californians view weight and exercise as top risks to kids, newly found photos in Antarctica shed new light on one of Ernest Shackleton's last expeditions, and much more.