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Laemmle North Hollywood to show ‘The Interview,’ border...12/25/14
Laemmle co-owner Greg Laemmle talks about the decision to screen "The Interview." A new app keeps drivers in the know about U.S.-Mexico border traffic, and a travel writer speaks in defense of parents flying with children.
The Assata Shakur story, Silicon Valley’s gender gap, gift concierge’s...
A woman who was involved in a police shooting in the 1970s and fled to Cuba could now face capture. New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor talks about the gender gap in the Silicon Valley, and the gift concierge shares her ideas for last-minute holiday...
Americans' portrayal in North Korean films, privacy and security in an...
North Korea's once thriving film industry falters, finding security and privacy in the always-connected world, sorting out the villians in the Sony hack.
Sony's management style, a history of politically controversial films,...
Sony's Amy Pascal's support of artists could hurt her, films that have drawn political fire, and Robin Williams' last appearance in 'Night of the Museum 3.'
'The Interview' cancelled, how hackers hack each other, kids' belief in...
Sony axed the release of 'The Interview', a company that hacks back at hackers, and new research shows kids aren't really buying Santa Claus.
Mechanics of the Sony hack, LA police get body cameras, Gena Rowlands...
LA's ambitious plan to outfit officers with body cameras, a threat against theaters that show Sony's 'The Interview,' and the return of actress Gena Rowlands.
Keeping your credit safe for the holidays, D'Angelo, Border Patrol...
Consumer security one year after the Target data breach, D'Angelo's first album in 14 years, Border Patrol wants to hire more female agents.
Black effigies at UC Berkeley, more NFL controversy, big changes before...
Effigies of black lynching victims were found on the Berkeley campus over the weekend, sparking outcry from the public. Plus, UCLA study reveals milestone crisis, Kobe Bryant passes Michael Jordan on the NBA scoring list, all this and more.
SoCal storm, Sony Pictures hack, climate change talks in Lima and more
A torrential storm is soaking Southern California, what residents can expect. Plus, talks at the U.N. Climate Change Conference seem to have stalled and researchers look for a new breed of cow that can survive drier conditions. All this and more.
Cities sue Uber, security guard violence, the Sony hack and politically...
District attorneys in Los Angeles and San Francisco sue Uber, shooting incidents by hired security guards, and ripple effects of the Sony hack.
When favorite TV characters die, possible water on Mars
The tough decisions TV writers make when deciding to kill off your favorite characters, could there be water on Mars, Tuesday Reviewsday and much more.
White activism, why Rolling Stone got its story on rape wrong, and a...
What's the role of white people in protests following the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Also, how Rolling Stone's questionable article about an alleged rape at UVA might effect conversations about sexual assault on campus, and a look inside...
Michael Brown & Eric Garner - a tipping point? The Orion spacecraft,...
Politicians and protesters call for a change to the justice system, but how to do it? The Orion spacecraft, and Grammy noms for Sam Smith.
Millennial survey, Serial podcast, police body cameras
A new survey shows today's young adults are different from their 1980s counterparts, the Serial podcast is having an impact on journalism, and what research says about the effectiveness of police body cameras.
Protestors march for missing Mexican students, baseball's first gay...
All over the country, protestors march for missing Mexican students, baseball has its first openly gay umpire and the growing popularity of the "single service" salon.
Gentrification, lousy NBA teams, Brooke Shields
Gentrification and the forces behind it, bad performances by big city NBA teams, Girl Scout cookies go online, Brooke Shields dishes.
Police building relationships with the community and how Mexican folk...
Building relationships between the police and the public, Mexican Corridos and the missing students, an investigation into the use of psychotropic medications for foster children and why we spend money for the holidays.
Ferguson and personal bias, turkey trot marathons and Tears for Fears -...
How personal experience explains the debate over Ferguson, why turkey trot marathons are gaining in popularity, and the band Tears for Fears marking the 30th anniversary of their hit album.
Ferguson decision aftermath, what US-Mexico border sounds like, Shazam...
What happens now after the Ferguson grand jury decision, what the border sounds like when a composer gets involved, and how the Shazam app has changed the music industry.
Uber revolt, war in cyberspace, gender imbalance in film
Reaction to the controversies surrounding Uber, fighting war on a fifth front--cyberspace--and women still underrepresented in film.
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