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Net Neutrality, 'The Dress' color, John Boorman's 'Queen...02/28/15
Making Net Neutrality coverage interesting, 'The Dress' that's gone viral and why we see it in different colors, John Boorman's film, 'Queen and Country.'
'Jihadi John' identified, Googleplex, Women and heart attacks
More on the identity of 'Jihadi John,' Google's plans to expand in Mountain View, why less women are able to recognize when they are having a heart attack.
Metrolink crash investigation, Silicon Valley women, NFL Inglewood...
The latest on the investigation into the Metrolink crash in Oxnard, women in the Silicon Valley workforce, Inglewood votes for 80,000-seat stadium.
Metrolink crash, Alaska legalizes recreational pot, Tuesday Reviewsday
The latest updates on the Metrolink crash, Alaska becomes the third state to legalize recreational marijuana, Tuesday Reviewsday.
2015 Oscars fashion review, Obamacare tax forms, Does LA want football?
A review of the 2015 Oscars red carpet fashion, impacts of the affordable healthcare tax form flub, is there an appetite for the NFL in LA?
NFL stadium in Carson, UCLA hospital, 'Nightcrawler' director
The mayor of Carson talks about plans for an NFL stadium, how other hospitals handled infection outbreaks similar to UCLA's, 'Nightcrawler' director talks Oscar nod.
Janice Hahn, mapping the Middle East, Apple car rumors
A check in with Janice Hahn on her decision to run for L.A. County Board of Supervisors, mapping the Middle East in a different way, will Apple dive into the auto industry?
Pasco police shooting, California water supply, ASU's 'Curtain of...
Developments in the shooting death of a Latino man, California's growing population could impact water, ASU basketball's 'Curtain of Distraction.'
Grand jury legislation, 'Imitation Game' director Morten Tyldum, Mars...
New legislation could bar grand juries from police shooting cases, 'Imitation Game' director Morten Tyldum, a local man is a finalist in the Mars One mission.
Social media shaming, Cyber Security Summit, the Oscars outdoors
Why social media shaming is getting out of hand, President Obama's Cyber Security Summit at Stanford, the Oscars head outdoors for an 11-day event.
Muslim reaction to UNC shooting, 'The Third LA,' history of steamy films
The Muslim community remembers the UNC shooting victims, Christopher Hawthorne's 'Third LA,' a look back at some of the most well known sex-filled movies.
Obama's cyber security center, Ferguson six months later, Alabama gay...
A look at President Obama's cyber intelligence center, what Ferguson is like six months after Michael Brown's shooting, cultural impact of Alabama's gay marriage debate.
An online ban on vaccine talk, a sniper's reaction to 'American...
The vaccination debate heats up to the point that it is banned from discussion in some parent groups, a real-life sniper shares his reaction to 'American Sniper.'
Gas taxes, sneak peek at 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' what is herd immunity?
Trying to fund road projects as gasoline taxes fizzle, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' cinematographer Robert Yeoman, what is heard immunity?
Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, Sony employees...
An interview with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, life for employees after the Sony hack
California measles 'tipping point,' ACA 2015 tax impact, Anthem hack
How California stacks up with vaccination policies, the Affordable Care Act changes the way you file taxes in 2015, the Anthem hack and personal data security.
Doctor won't treat unvaccinated kids, CA gets 5 hockey teams, black cop...
A doctor in Northridge explains why he is not treating unvaccinated kids, a black officer talks about his experience on the beat, five hockey teams head to California.
Measles outbreak and politicians, 'Fresh Off the Boat,' Radioshack...
The role of politicians in the measles outbreak, an interview with Hudson Yang of ABC's 'Fresh Off the Boat,' Radioshack shutting locations.
Immigration applications, Valley fever, Eddie Redmayne
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applications, 8.6 percent of state prisoners have Valley fever, Eddie Redmayne talks 'The Theory of Everything.'
Super Bowl smackdown, cheerleader work laws, Disney's first Hispanic...
A friendly debate on who will win Super Bowl XLIX, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez introduces employee rights for cheerleaders, Disney's first Hispanic princess.
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