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.
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.
Today we’re rebroadcasting our hour long cram session from yesterday, October 17, in which Larry Mantle was joined by a panel of experts to break down the props. We also examine relations between the US and Saudi Arabia after the Khashoggi fallout; discuss the stereotypes and expectations placed upon LGBTQ individuals; and more.
The Burbank Democratic Congressman checks in with AirTalk on how the upcoming midterm elections are shaping up and more. We also get a visit from LAPD Chief Michel Moore and take a look at Props 8 and 12.
A November ballot measure will give voters a chance to weigh in on whether or not the city should create a municipal bank. The proposal is contentious, and we debate the pro's and con's. We also interview Ken Starr about his new memoir; reminisce about the former retail hub Sears; and more.
As a preemptive move for preventing wildfires, power companies are shutting off power in various California areas. But are these new policies in good faith or are they simply limiting liability? We also discuss a recent sommelier scandal; Susan Orlean's latest book; and more.