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Charter Bus Crash - 12

Take Two for August 23, 2013

What happens next if San Diego Mayor Bob Filner resigns?; Looking into the safety of LA-area tour bus companies; Chinese-run tour bus companies help fuel desert casino tourism; Several Iconic LA Case Study homes added to historic national registry; Oldest operating book store in LA closes, plus much more.

US-POLITICS-OBAMA-EDUCATION

Take Two for August 22, 2013

Is bankruptcy the solution for the student loan crisis?; What does it take to remove a politician from office?; Obamacare costs for farmers may translate into higher produce prices; Standoff with police a sign that Minutemen militia still active in Arizona; What's the deal with those comically long CVS receipts? plus much more.

DLD Conference 2009

Take Two for August 21, 2013

Zuckerberg's Internet.org initiative aims to bring online access to all; Fukushima toxic water leak may get upgraded to 'serious incident'; Summer Food: Cooling down naeng-myun style in Koreatown; Lawmakers seek audit on circumstances of prison sterilizations; Weinstein Co. signs streaming movies deal with Netflix, plus much more.

Fremont Police Detention Facility Offers Pay Upgrade For Jail Stay

Take Two for August 20, 2013

Today on the show, we get an update on the prison hunger strike. A U.S. judge OK'd force-feeding of hunger striking inmates in California; A new report shows that prison realignment is expensive for the LAPD; Calif. lawmakers get to work on more 1,100 bills still pending; Ask.fm changes safety policy to combat cyber bullying; Shortage of foster parents straining Los Angeles County's child welfare system, plus much more.

San Diego Mayor

Take Two for August 19, 2013

San Diego Mayor Bob Filner returns to work after therapy; San Diego's history of political scandals; UCLA takes comprehensive look at urban gardening in LA; As overseas adoption becomes difficult, some parents skirt law, plus much more.

EGYPT-POLITICS-UNREST

Take Two for August 16, 2013

Egypt unrest continues as Muslim Brotherhood's 'day of rage' claims more lives; Mono Indian tribe approved to build casino off reservation land; Obama administration sides with opponents of shark fin ban; White House begins installation of American-made solar panels; Where does LA Unified keep supplies for 650,000 kids? Musician Sam Phillips is back with 'Push Any Button', plus much more.