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From the consequences of climate change to the next Big One, the threat of another natural disaster is never far away. I help Southern Californians understand the science shaping our imperfect paradise and get them prepared for what’s next.
Stories by Jacob Margolis
More than 10 years after the BALCO scandal, the only charge still remaining against Barry Bonds has officially been overturned.
Should doing no financial harm to patients be included in the hippocratic oath? Some doctors think so. Rebecca Plevin talks about what you can do to keep costs down.
Want to find out which new music you should be listening to? We've got you covered, this week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our new music segment.
There's a lot of money to be made off of viral videos, but contrary to popular belief it has less to do with the ads that are shown on YouTube than it does something else.
With California an awful drought, could we learn anything from other places that've had to adapt to drought conditions as well?
How did Mayor Eric Garcetti decide to make it a little easier to get around Los Angeles? By making some deals with tech companies.
Paul Feig's worked as a writer, producer and director on shows such as "Freaks and Geeks," and "The Office," but his new show "Other Space" offered other challenges.
The Affordable Care Act made health coverage available to millions of people and yet medical care can still be very expensive. Could new California laws change that?
What boundaries should be set for kids and at what age? Those are some of the question that we're asking this week on The Brood, our regular segment on parenting.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, Oliver Wang and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes join Alex Cohen to talk about the latest in music.
You know at least one person into fantasy sports, as there are an estimated 42 million people in the US and Canada that played in at least one league last year.
Band members A/J and Greg stopped by the studio recently to talk to Alex Cohen and tease their upcoming show at Coachella. Two words: "sexually colorful."
President Obama is heading to Panama to attend the Summit of the Americas, but after last time, what sort of reception can he expect from the other leaders?
This week on Impatient, advice on shopping for medical care, physician assisted suicide in California and whether the state will outlaw exemptions for vaccinations.
Ben Gibbard sits down with Take Two's Alex Cohen to talk about his relationship with Southern California, former bandmate Chris Walla and more.