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Today on the show, we'll start with a look at the FTC investigation into Herbalife. Then, is El Mayo the likely successor of the Sinaloa Cartel in El Chapo's absence? Plus, the Las Fotos Project teaches girls to document their lives through photography, Chilean-French rapper Ana Tijoux joins us from SXSW, the popularity of Pope Francis spurs increased interest in St. Francis, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a conversation about Pope Francis's first year as head of the Catholic Church. Then, we take a look at the Church abuse charges in Puerto Rico. Plus, a profile of musician Jessica Childress at SXSW, Barry Manilow on writing music for the stage, scientists discover fossils of a giant cousin of T. Rex, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with an interview with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi. Then, Take Two's Jacob Margolis reviews Austin's breakfast tacos at SXSW. Plus, we learn how tsunami-prone California citied prepare for the next big wave, A restored Jackson Pollock "Mural" to be unveiled at Getty Museum, LA voters play a role in El Salvador elections and much more.
Today on the show we'll talk with Senator Holly Mitchell about expanding political leadership opportunities for black women. Then, why is the U.S. so poorly represented at the BNP Paribas tennis tournament? Plus, the story behind the opening sequence of "True Detective," driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion about Obama's recent townhall on health care and immigration. Then, why did the Lakers lose so horribly last night? Plus. remembering sports medicine pioneer Frank Jobe, We Anderson on "The Grand Budapest Hotel," The Handsome Family talks about having their 2003 song chosen as the theme of "True Detective," the L.A. marathon is set to be one of the hottest, plus much more.
Today, we'll start with a discussion about how Facebook is cracking down on illegal gun sales on its website. Then, we're less than 100 days from Brazil's World Cup. What are the issues? Plus, the College Board announces major changed to the SATs, local Venezuelans react to unrest back home, we dispel recent 'guacpocalypse' panic and much more.