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Cairo protests hit home for many Egyptian-Americans; Class-action lawsuit filed over Time Warner's CBS blackout; Oldest rock carvings in North America discovered in Nevada; Board to begin approving projects for California's cap-and-trade system, plus much more.
Sen. Marco Rubio warns of immigration reform executive order; America's drug czar Gil Kerlikowske is moving on; Researchers say too much praise creates unmotivated children (poll); New $100 bills delayed further due to another production snafu; This year marks the 100th anniversary of the T-shirt. We take a look at the fashion icon's SoCal roots, plus much more.
Today on the show, we talk about how LAUSD's new school year starts with extra security. Then, what does Gov. Brown's AB 1266 means for transgender students in public schools?; Tuesday Reviewsday: KT Tunstall, Wild Feathers, Washed Out; Border town deportations can be dangerous for migrants, plus much more.
Today on the show, we talk about whether ending mandatory minimum sentences can help California's prison overcrowding problems. Plus, embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner leaves therapy early, we debate whether Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation system actually work?, we learn about a program that keeps lesser-used languages alive by teaching immigrants' kids, plus much more.
How are sequester cuts affecting CA's ability to fight wildfires?; Immigrant spared from deportation over pot bust 20 years ago; The woman behind the chemistry on 'Breaking Bad'; Can relocation save the endangered Mojave desert tortoise?; How does Netflix's algorithm know what you want to watch?; 'Real World' star and AIDS activist Sean Sasser dead at 44; Ask.fm is the latest hotbed of cyberbullying among teens, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll talk about a new report that says California's larger wildfires are due to climate change. We hear from a New York Times reporter about how Colorado farmers are cautiously growing hemp. In addition, New York is now offering parents low-interest loans to pay for childcare. Could that work in LA? Prison officials are questioning the motives of some of the hunger striking prisoners in California. Plus much more.