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Assistance for farmers, LGBT seniors, soccer ugliness and more

Today, we begin with a discussion about a new initiative aimed at building a new generation of farmers and ranchers. Then, LGBT seniors struggle to find safe, affordable housing throughout the U.S. Plus, do incidents of anti-gay slurs, racism hint at larger problem in world soccer? Automaker recalls for 2014 already breaking records, our Tuesday Reviewsday critics bring new music from Kitten, Riff Raff and more.

Beyond gay marriage, California prison reform, human trafficking and more

California is lagging behind its goals for prison reform. Then, a new report points to Thailand, Malaysia as hotbeds of human trafficking, but the U.S. isn't immune. Plus, therapy is key to combating 'toxic stress' in babies, how two Prop 8 plaintiffs became symbols of the gay marriage fight, payday advance companies settle in with Native American tribes and much more.

California Prisons

Prisoner sterilization, 'Metastasis' gets cooking, avoiding fake news and much more

Today on the show, we start with the news that a state audit has found that illegal sterilizations were done on female inmates. Then, 'Metastasis," the Spanish-language 'Breaking Bad' gets cooking. Plus, how to avoid sharing fraudulent news stories on social media, Juliette Lewis talks family drama and her new film "Hellion" and much more.

American Apparel CEO Dov Charney

Dov Charney ousted, Harley-Davidson goes electric, Honduran migrants and more

American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney was voted out by the company's board of directors amid misconduct allegations. Then, if chosen as House Majority Leader, Rep. Kevin McCarthy has a lot to prove. Plus, apps for keeping up with all the World Cup action, Harley Davidson unveils its first electric motorcycle, is L.A. becoming a walkable city? And much more.

A customer holds the electronic cigarette he purchased at a store in Miami.

E-cigarettes, oil rail transport, Maker Faire, elderly inmates and more

Today on the show, we start with news that big tobacco is lighting up the e-cigarette market. Then, an analysis by Politico shows oil-train accidents have skyrocketed in last 5 years. Plus, what can 'maker culture' do for the US economy? The energy vampire that lets you watch 'Game of Thrones,' photographer Andrew Burton documents the quiet lives of elderly CA inmates and much more.


Iran and US, gay asylum, Lucas Museum, OJ Simpson chase anniversary and more

Today on the show we start with a look at how the U.S. and Iran are working together to secure Iraq from ISIS fighters. Then, why LGBT immigrants are finding it easier to seek asylum in the U.S. Plus, Hewlett-Packard has a new vision for the future, the Museum of Latin American Art will include Chicano Art, and much more.