November's ballot will quite possibly include an initiative to split California into three separate states – what are the motives behind the proposal and what are its chances of passing? We also look into the accuracy of online ancestry tests; get a preview of FIFA World Cup 2018; and more.
The LAUSD board meets today to vote on how best to handle some of the district's lowest-performing schools, where frustrated parents have voiced major concerns. We discuss the issues as well as possible outcomes. We also debrief on the Singapore summit; question why Uber wants to know its passengers' sobriety statuses; and more.
The historic summit between U.S. and North Korean leaders will take place tonight. We discuss the significance and expectations, while also addressing its meaning to local Korean-Americans. Also on the show today is our weekly political round table; a debate over the development of Tejon Ranch; and more.
CNN confirmed this morning that TV personality and chef Anthony Bourdain died of a suicide in France. We pay tribute to Bourdain, and analyze a new CDC report stating that suicide rates have risen. We also invite your calls on personal experiences with suicidal thoughts, or to ask our experts advice if you are still struggling.
A report released by LAUSD states that, unless curbed, the district is facing a $400-million deficit by 2021. We analyze its options. We also discuss authorities' plans to increase prosecutions of illegal border crossings; debate tighter regulations for emotional support animals on planes; and more.
On the morning after California's primary, the votes are in and so are the results for who will be moving on to midterm elections. Last night's races had a few predictable outcomes as well as some surprising ones, so listen in as Larry reviews the highlights with our panel of political analysts.