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Today on the show, Lucy Jones warns about the impact of a large earthquake could have on Los Angeles. Then, U.S. and British spy agencies have been infiltrating online games like World of Warcraft. In her new book, "In Meat We Trust," author Maureen Ogle takes a look at how the US meat industry shaped our identity, plus much more.
Today we take a look at Nelson Mandela's fight to end apartheid in South Africa, and we discuss his influence on the American film industry. Then, a French court will decide whether Hopi objects are sacred or art, a Goya painting makes its West Coast debut, the Academy of Motion Pictures celebrates the films of 1913, plus much more.
Today on the show, we'll discuss the LA City Council's decision to regulate e-cigs, and learn about how they work. Then, how can law enforcement better deal with mentally ill homeless people? Also, Mexican drug cartels are infiltrating the avocado farming industry, Emily Bazar discusses how Covered California will work for both legal and non-legal immigrants, and much more.
Today on the show, KPCC health reporter Stephanie O'Neill helps define those often-confusing health insurance terms. Then, local scientists are on the hunt for missing DDT off the coast if Palos Verdes. A judge's ruling in the Detroit bankruptcy may have a ripple effect on public pensions in California. The curious case of the missing Spanish-language radio show, El Mandril. Slate's Emily Yoffe offers her advice for the holidays and a photographer turns his lens on the cinema scene in Afghanistan.
Colombian president Juan Miguel Santos visits the White House; Cyber Monday sales break records; 'Junkyard Planet' traces our trash's epic journey around the world; The battle of the Hollywood trade mags; Tuesday Reviewsday: Khari Mateen, Solange Knowles, and more
Today, we take a look at reports that the L.A.Sheriff Dept. hired officers with troubled records. Then, what's behind Amazon's announcement that they plan to offer deliveries via drone? Also, how do we manage wildlife as human development encroaches more and more in into their habitat? Then we talk to LA Times reporter Rebecca Keegan for our regular segment On The Lot about the business of Hollywood.