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Iran elects Hassan Rouhani as new president; DreamWorks and NetFlix join forces on new TV programs; LA job training program threatened by federal budget cuts; Are beach fire pits hazardous to your health and environment? (Photos, Poll), plus more.
Should Governor Brown's budget do more to green up California?; UCLA predicts 40 percent drop in LA-area snowfall by mid-century due to climate change; California faces unique obstacles in implementing Affordable Care Act; Internet pioneer Leonard Kleinrock on the 'dark side' of the Web; ProPublica launches investigation into unpaid internships; LA Unified philanthropy helps students and superintendent
NA whistleblower Edward Snowden tells China of broad hacking efforts by the US; Poll: Is Snowden a hero or a traitor?; House passes ban on 20-week abortions; Does the US need another Church Committee?; Rollout of California program offers glimpse of universal Pre-K; Oscar-winner Dustin Lance Black on the fate of Prop 8; Nancy Jo Sales and the real story behind 'The Bling Ring'; How facelifts could fuel Nicaragua’s economy, plus much more.
Sen. Marco Rubio pushes for stronger English requirement for US citizenship; Bill to curb sexual assault in the military dividing Congress; The latest in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit; Looking back at the Loving v. Virginia case; The real life story of Dwight 'Doc' Gooden; Sales for George Orwell's '1984' skyrocket amid NSA surveillance scandal, plus much more.
California lawmakers and Gov. Brown reach budget deal; Apple to manufacture Mac Pro computers in the US; Gary Baseman's 'Door is Always Open' at the Skirball Center; Reuniting children with deported parents brings extra scrutiny; Spirit: The little Mars rover that could, 10 years later; Tuesday Reviewsday: Boards of Canada, Calexico, Fat Tony and more.
Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti on the work ahead of him; what the Rodney King beating trial teaches us about race and justice as the George Zimmerman trial begins; Glee's Matthew Morrison on his new album; how the NSA collects your personal information; what happens when you're deported; and more