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Vietnamese family reflects, Nepal earthquake, Bobby...04/27/15
Vietnamese family from Southern California reflects on the anniversary of the Fall of Saigon, a check-in with a man from Nepal after the devastating earthquake, Bobby Fuller.
Comcast merger off, Ikea and your relationship, Nazo Bravo
Comcast's quest to merge with Time Warner is off, what a trip to Ikea can reveal about your relationship, LA rapper Nazo Bravo and 'Armenian American.'
Google's 'Fi' service, wrongful convictions, waterless car...
Google's new wireless network, 'Fi,' LA's move for a wrongful convictions committee, waterless ways to wash your car during the drought.
Loretta Lynch, society's missing black men, lost languages
What Loretta Lynch as attorney general would mean for California's issues, how violence and incarceration impact black men, saving the Serrano language.
America's opiate usage, undocumented youth, Daily Breeze...
Sam Quinones talks about his book, 'Dreamland: The True Story of America's Opiate Epidemic,' the mental health of undocumented youth, former Daily Breeze reporter talks Pulitzer win.
Police shooting videos, FBI flawed testimony, Meryl...
The ethics of paying for and airing police shooting videos, FBI experts' deeply flawed testimony, Meryl Streep's screenwriting workshop for women over 40.
Working at the IRS, billionaire wife vs girlfriend,...
What it's like to work at the IRS, Donald Sterling's wife wins suit against his ex-girlfriend, Michael Finkel's memoir, 'True Story.'
Police body camera drawbacks, Free-range parenting,...
Drawbacks to police body cam technology, new music from Earl Sweatshirt and the Alabama Shakes, is there an advantage to free-range parenting?
Minimum wage, LA race relations, Anna Deavere Smith's...
UC Berkeley study shows nearly 3/4 of working families rely on public assistance, a survey on race relations in L.A., the MLK-inspired play, 'Never Givin' Up.'
Pipeline blast survivor, Coachella fashion, should you...
A survivor of the 2010 San Bruno explosion talks about her reaction to the decision to fine PG&E, Coachella as LA's fashion week, should you boycott almonds?
LA's sustainability, Civil War anniversary, Grand Prix at...
A look at Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's sustainability plan for the city, the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, drifting at the Grand Prix at Long Beach.
Ferguson elections, CA's water use guidelines, LA and the...
Ferguson will see half of its city council controlled by black members, the state water board's enforcement of water cuts, does the single-family home fit into L.A.'s future?
Portrayal of Muslims in society, America's endangered...
The perception of Muslims in the media, the Colorado River tops the list of endangered rivers, new music from Calexico, Tal National and Spirit Family Reunion.
Transgender inmates, Rolling Stone retracts UVA rape...
Major turning points in gaining protections for transgender inmates, how Rolling Stone's UVA rape report will affect future reporting, Mexico City's best food.
Water restrictions, Andy Summers of The Police, bunnies &...
The impacts of California's historic water restrictions, Andy Summers of The Police, an Easter cake recipe that involves Peeps, broken chocolate bunnies and Tequila.
Comics' perspective on Trevor Noah, Indiana religious...
Three comics give perspectives on Trevor Noah's tweets, why the Silicon Valley is chiming in on Indiana's religious freedom law, who owns the Bahia emerald?
Mexico strike, body cameras, should girls wear pink?
A tentative agreement has been reached in the Mexico farm worker strike, an update on LAPD body cameras, why parents should encourage girls to like pink.
Iran nuclear talks, Ellen Pao case, Trevor Noah
What Iranians in Southern California are saying about the pending nuclear deal, the implications of the Ellen Pao case, Trevor Noah takes over 'The Daily Show.'
Harry Reid to retire, Irwindale Speedway to be demolished,...
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announces he won't seek reelection, Irwindale City Council votes to tear the Irwindale Speedway, remembering Tex-Mex queen Selena
Mexico's crop strike, Sterlings back in court, Naomi Watts
Latest on the crop workers strike in Mexico, Shelly Sterling and V. Stiviano head to court, Naomi Watts and her new film, 'While We're Young.'
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