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The LA Archdiocese quietly added two-dozen new names to its list of members suspected of abuse. Then, new research shows lovers' heartbeats match up when they're together, an online auction is selling off Joey Ramone's private record collection, the Dinner Party guys are back with more weekend conversation fodder and much more.
We'll update you on the latest on the Christopher Dorner incident. Plus, we'll pick apart President Obama's State of the Union address and take a look at how Marco Rubio's bilingual speech marks GOP's new effort to reach out to Latinos. Then, NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg donates $1 million to LA school board election, why Sriracha is so popular among Americans and much more.
We look at who might step into Pope Benedict XVI's shoes after he leaves his post. Then, a look at the rising popularity of Pentecostalism among Latinos, Josie Huang reports on military vets working in Hollywood, a SoCal group uses lasers to make 3D models of California's missions, and much more.
Pope Benedict XVI, 85, announced his resignation, citing waning physical and mental strength. Then, we look at the status of the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner, Connie Rice talks about race relations within the LAPD, safety concerns surface as discount buses boom in Los Angeles, military veterans join forces to take on Hollywood, and much more.
Former LAPD chief Bill Bratton joins the show to talk about the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner. Then, we look at LA cop culture, Rob Lowe joins the show to talk about his latest film, 'Knife Fight," Vanessa Romo reports on how school principals who fail to report abuse are rarely prosecuted, Sanden Totten reports on this year's technical Oscars, Rob Lowe on his latest political acting stint in 'Knife Fight,' and much more.
Today, we'll check in with the latest on the manhunt for a suspect who shot two LAPD officers. Then, how Vee-Jay Records brought the Beatles to America 50 years ago today, D.C. and Hollywood team up to pass mental health legislation, and much more.