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Patriot Act expiration, Refugio Beach oil spill,...05/23/15
What will change if parts of the Patriot Act expire, how the Refugio Beach oil spill may interfere with Memorial Day weekend plans, 'Sunshine Superman.'
NSA and the Patriot Act, Korean youth and drinking, an...
The Patriot Act may end for the NSA, a journalist explores a rise in underage drinking among Korean Americans, a host of Uber-like offerings.
LA's minimum wage hike, dad stages water intervention,...
How a higher minimum wage might effect the LA economy, a dad drought-shames his son, the Lakers draft.
Fake Internet diplomas, Mexico farm workers deal, Water...
The scoop on fake Internet diplomas, Mexico's farm workers reach a tentative deal on wages and working conditions, a water expert watches 'Mad Max.'
Who should be on the $20, women's soccer coach Jill Ellis,...
An argument against putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, US women's soccer coach Jill Ellis, 'Mad Max' and how other films depict the future.
Gender bias in Hollywood, Volvo's safety promise, Blythe...
Female directors say Hollywood treats them unfairly, Volvo says no deaths in its cars by 2020, Blythe Danner's new film, 'I'll See You In My Dreams.'
President Obama's 'fast-track' to a Pacific trade deal is...
The president is working with senators to approve a Trans-Pacific Partnership after efforts to expedite it are blocked and ABC plans a new primetime Muppet Show.
Reactions following Nepal aftershock, brick-and-mortar...
Updates from the ground in Nepal following a 7.3-magnitude aftershock, traditional stores are getting an edge over the Internet thanks to virtual reality.
Police PR, diversity in tech, Dolph Lundgren
PR firms are stepping in to help police departments in the midst of crises, tech companies promise to bring in diversity, Dolph Lundgren's new film, 'Skin Trade.'
Hillary Clinton fundraising, Whole Foods' new chain, Bill...
Hillary Clinton heads to LA to raise funds for her presidential campaign, Whole Foods to open new chain for millennials, starfish babies reappear after mass die-off
Missing Mexico students, 'Best Case Scenario' photo series
An investigation continues into the students who went missing in Iguala, Mexico, Danielle Guenther's 'Best Case Scenario' photo series captures parental chaos.
2016 presidential race, Baltimore media coverage, Brian...
Carly Fiorina has put her hat in the ring as a 2016 presidential candidate, the impact of the coverage in Baltimore, Brian Grazer's new book, 'A Curious Mind.'
Officers charged in Freddie Gray case, Vietnamese artists
A look at the charges brought against the six officers in the Freddie Gray case and community reaction, Vietnamese artists and their work in Southern California.
Saigon progress, youth in Baltimore, motorcycles in movies
Progress in Saigon 40 years after the Fall of Saigon, perspective on the youth of Baltimore from people in the community, lots of motorcycles in summer movies.
Fall of Saigon and PTSD, NFL's tax status, 'Death on...
How Vietnamese cope with PTSD after fleeing Vietnam, why the NFL gave up its tax-exempt status, 'Death on Diamond Mountain.'
The lasting impact of the Fall of Saigon, Baltimore...
The lasting impact the Fall of Saigon has 40 years later, how the police are handling the unrest in Baltimore, Tuesday Reviewsday.
Vietnamese family reflects, Nepal earthquake, Bobby Fuller
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.
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