We remember the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin and her legacy in music. We also examine a horse that is suing its former owner for neglect; discuss why newspapers across the country are denouncing the president's media attacks; and more.
We talk with Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore for the first AirTalk monthly check-in on AirTalk. We also examine the proverbial 'casting couch' amidst the new Harvey Weinstein lawsuit; discuss the movement surrounding the release of 'Crazy Rich Asians'; and more.
We discuss how and why the wildfires might affect homeowners insurance, even if your home wasn’t damaged. We also examine if the U.S. should follow France's new law that bans smartphones on school grounds; debate foot pursuit policy post-Stephon Clark; and more.
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the headlines you might’ve missed this weekend and looks ahead to the week to come. We also discuss an investigation that found that many Google services store your location data; examine the jury's ruling against Monsanto in Roundup; and more.
We discuss the severe housing affordability crisis in California and how activists are campaigning to impose rent control. We also look into the Oscars' potential 'popular film' category; talk about limiting the speed of electric scooters; and more.