We discuss Thurmond’s role in LAUSD and what he hopes to accomplish as both sides of the strike come back to the bargaining table. We also examine a new report that says Americans are drinking less alcohol; discuss the best-shot films of the 20th century; and more.
Today on AirTalk, we discuss what went wrong during the Northridge Earthquake 25 years ago, and analyze how California is gearing up for future quakes. We also debate a proposal to City Council limiting developer’s political donations; review a rule that will allow home marijuana deliveries statewide; and more.
Today on AirTalk, we examine how charter schools play into the dynamic of the LAUSD. We also discuss YouTube's announcement to strengthen its community guidelines enforcement to include a ban on “dangerous and challenging pranks”; analyze what the future holds for the UK and EU after the Brexit deal fell short; and more.
We debate Governor Gavin Newsom's proposal to cut state dollars from local governments that don’t build enough housing. We also check in on day two of the LAUSD strike; examine the complexity of measuring pain; and more.
Today on AirTalk we discuss the LAUSD teachers strike and its impact on roughly 480,000 public school students and their parents. We also recap the political headlines you might have missed over the weekend and look ahead to what’s to come in the week of political news; and more.
AirTalk opens up the phones to talk to parents about how they plan to prepare for Monday’s potential strike, and to those who remember the 1989 work stoppage. We also discuss the APA's decision to label traditional masculinity as 'harmful'; review this weekend’s new movie releases; and more.