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Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump is working on Donald Trump’s transition team. Kushner comes from a real estate family whose fortune was built by his controversial father. So what’s his role?

Many journalists were not prepared for a Trump victory. Since the election, they’ve done some serious reflection. Now they’re contemplating what’s next for the Fourth Estate.

Four states voted to legalize marijuana on Election Day, but the drug is still illegal under federal law. The Obama Administration has pretty much allowed states to do what they wanted when it comes to enforcement, but that could change under Trump.

Kevin Haah is lead pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles, a non-denominational, multi-ethnic and multi-socioeconomic Christian church. The diverse congregation also has both Trump and Clinton supporters. Haah talks about how he’s leading after the election.

Despite LA’s penchant for dieting, LA Weekly’s food critic says the city is going through a dessert renaissance.

Banner Image: US President-elect Donald Trump greets his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner (R) at his election night rally in Manhattan, New York, November 9, 2016. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney
Anna Scott
Jolie Myers
Christian Bordal
Amy Ta
Michell Eloy

Donald Trump's son-in-law could help shape his agenda 9 MIN, 8 SEC

Jared Kushner is working on Trump’s transition team. He’s married to Trump’s daughter, Ivanka. He comes from a real estate family whose fortune was built by his controversial father. What’s his influence over Trump?

Guests:
Lizzie Widdicombe, New Yorker

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IVANKA AND JARED’S POWER PLAY - How the patrician couple came to have an outsized influence on a populist Presidential campaign

Are journalists prepared to cover a presidency unlike any other? 13 MIN, 31 SEC

Journalists have done serious naval-gazing since Donald Trump’s surprise victory. Now they’re contemplating what’s next for “the Fourth Estate.” 

Guests:
Kyle Pope, Columbia Journalism Review (@CJR)
Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post

How a Trump presidency might affect legal weed in California 7 MIN, 55 SEC

Four states, including California, voted to legalize recreational marijuana on Election Day. The drug is still illegal under federal law. The Obama Administration has allowed states to do what they wanted, but that could change under Trump.

Guests:
Beau Kilmer, RAND Drug Policy Research Center (@beaukilmer)

Korean-American unifies church with both Trump and Clinton voters 9 MIN, 5 SEC

We continue our series of conversations with local faith leaders on how they’re advising their congregants on the Donald Trump presidency. Kevin Haah is lead pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles. It’s a non-denominational, multi-ethnic and multi-socioeconomic Christian church in downtown.


Pastor Kevin Haah
Photo by Amy Ta

Guests:
Kevin Haah, New City Church of Los Angeles

Where to find the best desserts in LA 7 MIN, 1 SEC

You are not going to lose weight until January. There was Halloween. Thanksgiving is coming up, then the holidays. So just give in: eat dessert. And do it now, because LA is going through a kind of dessert renaissance.Katherine SpiersKatherine Spiers

Guests:
Katherine Spiers, LA Weekly; Producer of Smarth Mouth (@katherinespiers)

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