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Event: Racism and reproduction — what black women need to know
Join KPCC’s Priska Neely and a panel of guests as they discuss the black infant mortality crisis and share information women can use to empower themselves.
Bipartisan Criminal Justice Bill Closer To Becoming Law After Senate Approval
The Senate voted in favor of legislation that would reduce sentences for some drug crimes and offer training programs for prisoners.
US & World
Hispanic Caucus Calls For Investigation Into Migrant Child's Death
After touring the two border facilities where Jakelin Caal was detained before she died, the congressional delegation called for better medical facilities and trained personnel at ports of entry.
Crime & Justice
Federal Panel Of Judges Dismisses All 83 Ethics Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh
The judges acknowledged that the complaints are "serious" but noted there is no existing authority for lower court judges to hold Supreme Court justices accountable.
Surgeon General Warns Youth Vaping Is Now An 'Epidemic'
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams issued a forceful advisory about vaping by U.S. teenagers, saying electronic cigarette use among young people has reached levels that require urgent action.
Arts & Entertainment
The Frame: Simon Helberg channels Jimmy Stewart for 'Wonderful Life'
Today on our show:
Teen Girls And Their Moms Get Candid About Phones And Social Media
About half of all teens say they've tried to cut back on their phone use. But one of the girls we spoke with says that's hard when "it's obviously designed to be addictive."
Environment & Science
Cambodia Nabs More Than 3 Tons Of Illegal Ivory
A tip from the U.S. Embassy alerted Cambodian authorities to a haul of at least 3.2 tons of ivory that shipped from Mozambique.
County Supervisors Approve More Urban Sprawl in Tejon Ranch
Developers just got the green light to build a city with nearly 20,000 homes on the L.A.-Kern County line. Some residents are less than thrilled.
Business & Economy
SoCal shoppers turn out for Black Friday deals
Shoppers who hit the stores bright and early on Black Friday might have been smart to buy now rather than later — and not just because of door-busting deals.