A beachfront property in, say Santa Monica or Malibu, might cost you millions of dollars, but a new report is putting the value of that investment into question. We also discuss the latest on immigration; examine the elimination of AP classes at seven private schools in the D.C. area; and more
A new initiative found its way to the November ballot, adding fuel to the ongoing rent control debate in California. We also dive into the psychological impact of family separation in light of pending GOP immigration bills; discuss Trump's announcement to create a sixth branch of military; and more.
AirTalk's weekly political roundtable covers the headlines you might have missed over the weekend and previews what to watch for this week in national politics. We also look into LA County's plan to create a transportation boarding school; examine the role of AI in the world of sports; and more.
The Department of Justice Inspector General released a 500 pages long report on Thursday on the handling of the Clinton email investigation. We also examine the lawsuit against Harvard claims; speak with composer Michael Giacchino; and more.
L.A.'s mayor joins Larry on the show today to update listeners on a variety of issues affecting the city. We also debate a new initiative to strip immigration "cheaters" of their citizenship; review a new conclusion on the classic psychological experiment dubbed "the marshmallow test,"; and more.
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.