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Super Bowl smackdown, cheerleader work laws, Disney's...01/31/15
A friendly debate on who will win Super Bowl XLIX, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez introduces employee rights for cheerleaders, Disney's first Hispanic princess.
Children who aren't vaccinated, South Korean adoptees, older drivers
Tracking children who aren't fully vaccinated, the experience of South Korean adoptees who return home, when older drivers should hang up the keys.
When should athletes retire? Undocumented students, Tuesday Reviewsday
When should popular professional athletes decide to retire, UCLA's study on the struggle of undocumented students, Tuesday Reviewsday.
Obama visits India, NCAA academic misconduct investigation, Dame Edna
President Obama in India, athletes and educators under investigation at big universities, Dame Edna steps off the stage.
The future for Cuba's youth, Aurora shooting jury, Manny Pacquiao's new...
U.S. and Cuban officials hash out details for new diplomatic relations, jury selection in the Aurora theater shooting, boxer Manny Pacquiao.
One family's experience with assisted suicide, Jennifer Aniston talks...
Pam Wald's husband, Ben, utilized the Death with Dignity law in Oregon in 2012. She talks about going through the experience with him. Actress Jennifer Aniston talks about her leading role in the film, 'Cake.' And, Eater LA contributor Lucas Peterson...
Big Block of Cheese, diversity in Silicon Valley, conservatives power...
A 21st century twist on a 19th century tradition - Big Block of Cheese, searching for diversity in the tech world, and conservatives flock to see American Sniper.
Latest details in the Sony cyber attack, changing thoughts on gay...
Why U.S. officials quickly blamed North Korea for the Sony hack, evangelical churches change their thoughts toward gay marriage, a push for family leave.
Cuba travel restrictions loosened, Mexican immigrant birth...
New changes are easing travel restrictions to Cuba. Plus, Mexican consulates in the U.S. can now issue birth certificates to its country's immigrants. And, a look at a mysterious die-off of sea birds along the Pacific Coast.
No Oscar noms for people of color, Leimert Park's renaissance, Chevy...
20 acting nominations, not one goes to an actor of color. Leimert Park, the cultural hub of black Los Angeles, and Chevy's electric Bolt may challenge Tesla.
Hollywood diversity, Al Qaeda & Paris, Facebook missing child alerts
Hollywood continues to fail at diversity, Al Qaeda says it was behind the Charlie Hebdo attack, Facebook's own version of Amber Alerts.
Kamala Harris bids for Boxer's seat, Target's plus-sized controversy,...
Kamala Harris has announced she will run for Barbara Boxer's open U.S. Senate seat. Target's new Lully Pulitzer line will offer plus sizes, but only to Internet shoppers. And, a look at how protest music has evolved over the generations.
US counter-terrorism efforts, Golden Globes review, Haiti 5 years after...
The status of counter-terrorism efforts in the U.S., highs and lows at Sunday's Golden Globes, and an assessment of Haiti five years after a ravaging quake.
Threats facing cartoonists, the music of 'Selma,' Andrae Crouch
Dutch cartoonist Tjeerd Royards discusses the threats cartoonists face around the world,how the music was chosen for 'Selma,' and remembering Andrae Crouch.
Talking to kids about race, is the legal immigration system biased, the...
Talking to kids about race, does the legal immigration process discriminate against Latin Americans, and connected gadgets in the house of the future.
Gagging grand jurors, Mexican president in DC, new music from Kanye and...
A grand juror in the Michael Brown case wants to speak out, Mexico's president meets with Obama, and new releases from Kanye West and Madonna.
Sony hack-inside job? 2015 Food trends, Wilko Johnson's Going Back Home
New questions about whether or not North Korea was really involved in the Sony hack. A look ahead to 2015 food trends. Plus, after cancer diagnosis, guitarist Wilko Johnson is Going Back Home.
High school athletes wear 'I Can't Breathe' shirts, Malaysia Flight 370...
A Mendocino High School athlete speaks out after he and his teammates wore 'I Can't Breathe' shirts during practice. A check in on search efforts 10 months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. Plus, Luke Zamperini talks about filling in for...
LA awaits Ezell Ford autopsy, update on Ebola in Liberia, story behind...
What L.A. could expect with the release of the Ezell Ford autopsy report. A check-in on Ebola conditions in Liberia, and 'The Wild Truth' explains the story behind why a young man ventured off into the Alaskan wilderness, as depicted in the movie...
Women in War, Chile Pepper's Flea, artichoke water
The contribution women make in the military, bassist Flea produces a movie about a junked-out jazz pianist, artichoke joins the legion of flavored waters for sale.
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