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Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion about which Latino leaders from California got endorsements from Eva Longoria's Latino Victory Project. Then, a look at teacher diversity in the US. Plus, 60 years since Roger Bannister ran the four-minute mile, Nancy Silverton wins big James Beard award, Beverly Hills Hotel under fire for ties to sharia law-following Sultan of Brunei and much more.
Today, we'll start with a discussion of Target CEO's resignation amid the data breach scandal. Then, charities struggle with decision to keep or return donations given by Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Plus, the NHL season gets exciting in California, The Headshot Truck hopes to take the hassle out of actors' headshots, new study suggests that snobby people make better salespeople for luxury good, and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the resignation of LA's NAACP president Leon Jenkins. What does this mean for the organization and what is its role in modern day America? Then, a couple big anniversaries this week: Union Station turns 75 and LA's Groundlings improv company turns 40. Plus, California Chrome hopes to win big at the Kentucky Derby this weekend, Carlene Carter's new album pays tribute to her musical family and more.
Today, we'll start with an update on the meeting between Rep. Paul Ryan and Black Caucus. Then, teens tackle tough topics at a Tuscon poetry slam. Plus, touring the San Gabriel Mission, how an Afghan 'torturer in chief' ended up in an L.A. suburb, farmers forcast less rice and higher prices because of drought, plus much more.
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.