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Stories by Jacob Margolis
A St. Louis-area hip-hop station has broken format to become a place for people to voice their opinions about the protests in Ferguson.
Elias Groll from Foreign Policy joins the show to talk about the President's remarks regarding the execution of US journalist James Foley in Iraq.
Tired of feeling left behind when it comes to discovering new music? Tune in every week for our regular music segment Tuesday Reviewsday.
In "On The Lot" Rebecca Keegan joins Alex Cohen to talk about the latest in Hollywood news.
Huge in the U.K. - Arctic Monkeys have topped the charts for the past 10 years, but they've struggled to break through in the U.S. Now, they're making inroads.
KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten explains why mood-altering drugs can wreck ecosystems, why celebrity endorsements don't help charities and more.
Could the Doctor on Demand healthcare service turn the medical industry on its head? Alex Cohen speaks with Mark Sullivan from Venture Beat about the topic.
Tonight at the Hollywood Bowl, the late James Brown will be remembered with a series of covers by artists like Aloe Blacc, D'Angelo and Take Two's guest, Bettye LaVette.
Joining us this week are Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes.
According to a new study, eating fish once a week can help prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease. The study's lead author joins A Martinez to talk about why.
Mention Siberia, and perhaps this conjures up images of gulags, or endless stretches of snow, but believe it or not, there's other things there.
Could ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft become more convenient? They hope so, as they're going after the commuter crowd with new carpooling features.
After a ten year chase, the Rosetta spacecraft is now doing something no other space craft has done - orbit a comet as it sails through space at 34,000 MPH.
DARPA has apps for snipers, weapons guides, radiation detection and a pseudo-Facebook for soldiers to keep track of friends and enemies called WhoDat.
Joining A Martinez in studio this week is Justino Aguila, Associate Editor of Latin at Billboard Magazine and Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com.