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Mexico strike, body cameras, should girls wear pink?04/01/15
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.'
Amanda Knox case, Kraft and Heinz merger, comparison...
An Italian high court considers fate of Amanda Knox, two iconic food industries merge, seeking out the best price for a medical procedure.
Police use of force, jailing disabled inmates, Tuesday...
A look at police de-escalation training, L.A. County jails agree to accommodate disabled inmates, a review of Kendrick Lamar's 'To Pimp a Butterfly.'
SCOTUS hears SF mental health case, Starbucks cancels...
The San Francisco v. Sheehan case that could have wide impact on how police treat the mentally ill, Starbucks calls off 'Race Together,' a new report on Latino poverty.
California drought update, Lab Notes, X's John Doe
The Pacific Institute gives an update on California's water situation, the latest discoveries in science, and John Doe from X.
Handling online harassment, NPR's new VP of news,...
Where to turn when you've been a victim of online harassment, a chat with NPR's new vice president of news, Michael Oreskes, and the basics of buying a car.
Starbucks 'Race Together,' Blue Shield tax status revoked,...
A historical perspective on talking about race in America, Blue Shield's tax-exempt status revoked, why NFL fans aren't so amped for the new season.
New era of crime storytelling, kids and narcissism, new...
What 'Jinx' and 'Serial' mean for journalism, the way you praise your child can make them a narcissist, The Sonics and more on this week's Tuesday Reviewsday.
DOJ plan to ease police/community tensions, sexual assualt...
Justice Dept takes on police/community relations, a student sex assault investigation at an LA high school, Jinxed and the arrest of Robert Durst.
LA gets a new transportation chief, what's next for...
Denver's Phil Washington takes over MTA in L.A., after the latest round of violence in Ferguson, what's next for the community? Robert Williams' 20 years of art.
Slab City's uncertain future, LAPD mental evaluation unit...
The uncertain future of Slab City, a wrap up on a four-part series on LAPD's Mental Evaluation Unit, Susan Carpenter talks lane splitting.
Hillary Clinton emails, campus cultural awareness, public...
How often do government officials use personal email for work? Cultural awareness on college campuses, a public school teacher sends his child to private school.
Obama tech jobs, thanking veterans, OU racist chant video
President Obama's TechHire Initiative, why some veterans feel uncomfortable being thanked, fallout from a racist chant video at University of Oklahoma.
Mental health and the homeless, Clinton's private email ,...
Taking a look at the mental health picture for California's homeless, Hillary Clinton's emails, actors Sophia Takal and Lawrence Michael Levine talk 'Wild Canaries.'
LA vagrancy laws, Daylight Saving Time and kids, 'Chappie'
A UC Berkeley report on vagrancy laws in LA, how parents can help kids adjust to Daylight Saving Time, the man behind the voice of 'Chappie.'
Goldman Sachs' undocumented VP, MLS strike averted, Geneva...
An undocumented woman who rose to the top of Goldman Sachs, MLS players reach collective bargaining deal, the million-dollar cars at the Geneva Motor Show.
Withering LA election turnouts, Ferguson report, Skid...
L.A. had an election and less than 10 percent of voters showed up, disturbing findings in Justice Department's Ferguson report, how Skid Row came to be.
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