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Today on the show, we'll look at the next steps after Clippers owner Donald Sterling's lifetime ban from the Clippers. Also, why hadn't Sterling's past transgressions spurred a reaction from the NBA? Then, the US Army is reviewing earlier women's hairstyle guidelines after criticism that it discriminated against black women. Plus, why are book subtitles getting longer? A new study says mice fear male researchers more than female researchers, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion about Clippers owner Donald Sterling's history of sexism. Then, the White House is set to announce guidelines for college campuses to combat sexual assault. Plus, Toyota's move from Torrance to Texas strikes a blow to Southern California, The New Yorker's cartoon editor talks about his life in comics, science might help streamline the airplane boarding process, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with an update on the controversy surrounding alleged racist comments allegedly made by Clippers owner Donald Sterling. What role to NBA team owners play? Then, the origin of corporate buzzwords. Plus, voice recognition is getting better, Mexican drug cartels are driving up the prices for limes, and much more.
Today on the show, we start with a discussion about President Obama's visit to Malaysia. Then, a huge settlement was just reached in a tech industry anti-trust lawsuit. Plus, how the sharing economy has grown into such a huge industry, One Day In L.A. storytelling event brings together filmmakers from 11 cities, the latest in California's drought news, the Paris Photo exhibit features rare photos from the LAPD's crime scene archives and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion about how the FDA wants to regulate electronic cigarettes. Then, how is California's new Transitional Kindergarten plan shaping up? Then, NOAA researchers find a 19th Century shipwreck near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Filipino gun culture has deep roots in Los Angeles, and much more.
Cleaning up California’s image, New York Police Department's #MyNYPD campaign goes wrong, travel apps that will help you get over jet lag, tracing the origins of the chili pepper and more
Today on Take Two: California legislature is trying to clean up its image after several high-profile scandals by implementing tougher ethical guidelines for politicians, KPCC’s Adrian Florido takes a look at the thousands of low income Angelenos left without health coverage due to a mix up; we talk to UC researcher Paul Gents to help us trace the origins of the domesticated pepper and more.