AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the headlines you might’ve missed over the weekend and looks ahead to what you should be watching for in political news in the week to come. We also discuss the Dodgers and their return to the World Series; interview a candidate for L.A. County Sheriff; and more.See full episode >
AirTalk discusses the impact climate change can have on the insurance industry. We also touch on the federal charges brought against four California men described as "serial rioters" who participated in the Charlottesville riots; and more.
AirTalk discusses the major cases that Supreme Court watchers are keeping an eye on this term and how being down a justice might impact how the court rules in certain cases. We also examine a new UC study on SAT and ACT tests; take a look at what the reworked NAFTA deal means for California; and more.
AirTalk recaps the headlines in national political news you might’ve missed over the weekend, plus we’ll tell you what to watch for this week. We also examine the implications of California's net neutrality law; discuss a new study that says millennials are causing the divorce rate in the U.S. to drop; and more.
Twelve propositions have earned a spot on the November ballot, where Californians will consider a host of changes. We also discuss a third accusation against Kavanaugh; examine the newly created CA Office of Election Cybersecurity; and more.
The University of Southern California has decided that it will pay $215 million to settle a federal suit that its facing over allegations of sexual misconduct against gynecologist George Tyndall. We also hear from both California State Controller candidates; revisit California's three-strike rule; and more.