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Senate discusses kickstarting redevelopment of West...10/07/15
Sen. Dianne Feinstein joined VA officials in briefing the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee on possible changes to the West LA veterans campus.
Can TiVo stay relevant in today's TV-watching (and...
In an era of cord-cutting and standalone streaming platforms, what’s the need for a digital video recorder?
Politicon: When Trevor Noah and Ann Coulter will be in the...
No, it's not the world's weirdest dinner party. They're just a two of the many folks who will be appearing this week at an event called Politicon.
'Dust & Grooves': One-on-one with the world's most...
Eilon Paz and Sheila Burgel, the book's creator and editor, talk about their love of vinyl and the lengths people will go for their most coveted record.
For the LA Philharmonic's Beethoven cycle, one orchestra...
For the "Immortal Beethoven" series, the local musicians will have help from Gustavo Dudamel's other band: the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.
California End of Life proponent Christy O'Donnell: 'It's...
Christy O'Donnell, one of California's most vocal proponents of End of Life legislation, is speaking out after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill.
DraftKings 'insider info' accusation puts daily fantasy...
Companies such as FanDuel and DraftKings tout millionaire-making contests through their start-up sites. But now these companies are under fire.
New music from Janet Jackson, Rudimental, Kyle and Jono...
This week music supervisor Morgan Rhodes joins A Martinez to talk about new music from Janet Jackson, Rudimental, Jono McCleery and more.
In college and adulthood, some 'helicopter parents' still...
The idea of being a 'helicopter parent' is a style moms and dads try not to fall into when their children are young. But what happens in college and beyond?
So you've got a diesel VW car. Here's what happens next.
Professor Georgene Vairo at Loyola Law School explains the basics of how things could play out for consumers, and how long it could take.
Budapest foodies hope cuisine can help heal anti-migrant...
Forget the goulash. Budapest's restaurants have been featuring refugee cuisine — think Syrian sweets, Afghan pies and Eritrean flatbread. It's a festival to foster understanding through food.
How a new state law lets immigrants without legal status...
Under California law, immigrants without legal status can apply for professional licenses. That's brought a new crop of students to one cosmetology school in Downey.
The surreal reasons girls are disappearing in El Salvador:...
Refuse to share a pencil, reject a boy, say no to your imprisoned dad — all of these can get a teen girl killed in El Salvador's gang war.
Playwright David Henry Hwang gives language lessons in...
Hwang's comedy is a playful look at language and the power it holds, and it's based on real encounters he had while visiting China.
Director Ridley Scott says 'The Martian' isn't science...
The new movie, which opened to rave reviews and big box office, is based on the book of the same name by author Andy Weir.
Women find a fertility test isn't as reliable as they'd...
It's hard to predict how quickly a woman's fertility will decline and if she'll be a good candidate for egg freezing. But doctors try to figure that out with something called an ovarian reserve test.
'The Grinder' executive producer Nicholas Stoller talks...
Nicholas Stoller spoke with host Alex Cohen about the inspiration behind the plot, which often makes fun of TV courtroom shows.
Tijuana River Valley agreement reached to clean up water
An agreement was signed Monday by the International Boundary and Water Commission to clean up the river that flows from Mexico to San Diego.
Kobe's back! Where do the Lakers go from here?
The Lakers opened their much-anticipated pre-season with the return of Kobe Bryant, playing in his (possibly) last season.
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal could mean...
There will be winners and losers in the deal (if it passes), but economists say it could be a boon for some California staples.
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