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San Diego Bob Filner asks the city to pay his legal bills, even while two recall efforts against him launch this week. Then, big-name GOP donors send a letter urging Congress to back immigration bill; Home buyers use aggressive tactics to snag a dream home; California rehab centers commit fraud for state funding; 'Robert Williams Mr. Bitchin': How one low brow artist changed the art world, and much more.
Pelican Bay inmate Todd Ashker a legal force behind prison hunger strike; Looming strike could spell bad news for Bay Area commuters; Hans Lienesch, the Ramen Rater, on what makes a perfect bowl of instant noodles; US Air Force aims to combat pilot shortage; On the Lot: Blue Jasmine, Star Wars, plus much more.
Do politicians never learn from sex scandals?; Veterans of long-past wars find hope in PTSD diagnosis; New age composer Iasos to give first LA multimedia performance; The science behind interval training workouts like CrossFit, plus much more.
How will deadly Spanish train crash affect high-speed rail plans in CA?; Law enforcement biker clubs causing trouble of their own; How does Google's Chromecast compare to competitors?; Despite need, no plans to add veterans health centers colleges; Could a beetle cause a world without avocados?; 'The End of Night' sheds light on the importance of natural darkness, plus much more.
Rumors swirl that Jeffrey Deitch will resign as MOCA director; A new Pew study shows that a growing number of Latinos get their news in English. Can Univision's new English-language channel take off? Al-Jazeera hopes to break ground in American news market; USC under investigation for handling of sexual assault cases; Peña Nieto proposes opening Mexico's oil reserves to foreign companies, plue more.
Why would Univision cancel the popular "Piolín Por La Manana" show?; Tuesday Reviewsday: Edward Sharpe, Wallpaper, Tech N9ne and more; Natural History Museum of LA discovers the true origin of a mysterious gold ring; Having a baby in the US can cost parents royally; Smithsonian spotlights fusion of Latino and Asian cultures; Chris's Collection: Retro tissue box, plus much more.