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Today we'll take a look at the new pope and how Latinos are reacting. Then, Cal Tech earthquake early warning system predicts Monday's quake, Rina Palta fills us in on the new chief of jails, soft drink companies worry about the growing popularity of the Soda Stream, a 'Veronica Mars' movie is a go after successful Kickstarter campaign, and more.
Today we find out what California Dems can do with their regained supermajority in the state legislature. Then, we visit a high school for teen parents, we hear what's next in the Miramonte School child abuse case, and much more.
Today, we'll address the growing tensions between North and South Korea. Then, we hit the streets to see what LA's Catholics are looking for in the next pope, a new survey shows that Latino voters generally favor stricter gun laws, musician Harry Taussig takes the stage for the first time at SXSW, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll discuss whether raising the retirement age would help fix the nation's debt crisis. Plus. Mark Seal unmasks con man Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter in 'Man In The Rockefeller Suit,' homeless youths in L.A. help officials count and keep track of their own, and much more.
Are U.S. politics synonymous with 'The Hunger Games? Then, Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis tells us about her plans now that she's back in Los Angeles Plus, Actress Tippi Hedren's big cat preserve and Roar Foundation turn 40, librarian Mara Alpert fills us in on the best bedtime books for kids, and much more.
Today we'll take a look at why there's a shortage of women on LA's City Council. Then, what's the possible fallout from the failure of Measure A? A new study says pessimism is good for your health, declining interest in Chicano Studies in US universities reflects a Latino identify shift, Asian Americans have their own priorities for immigration reform and much more.