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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.
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 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 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.
Cairo protests hit home for many Egyptian-Americans; Class-action lawsuit filed over Time Warner's CBS blackout; Oldest rock carvings in North America discovered in Nevada; Board to begin approving projects for California's cap-and-trade system, plus much more.
Sen. Marco Rubio warns of immigration reform executive order; America's drug czar Gil Kerlikowske is moving on; Researchers say too much praise creates unmotivated children (poll); New $100 bills delayed further due to another production snafu; This year marks the 100th anniversary of the T-shirt. We take a look at the fashion icon's SoCal roots, plus much more.