FROM Martin Amis
Martin Amis: The Zone of Interest Acclaimed novelist Martin Amis returns to discuss The Zone of Interest, a mordant exploration of love in a place that is meant to crush the soul in a concentration camp.
Political hopeful Joe Bray-Ali explains his controversial comments LA City Council District 1 candidate Joe Bray-Ali hopes to unseat Gil Cedillo, but offensive comments he made online have given some of his supporters pause. He defends himself, explains why he failed to pay $48,000 in taxes, and suggests what he’ll do if he loses Tuesday’s election.
How President Trump is changing immigration A federal appeals court heard arguments on President Trump’s travel ban Monday. There’s currently an injunction preventing that ban from going into effect, but the administration is finding ways to work around it. A bipartisan group of senators wants to know why. Also, arrests of undocumented immigrants are up 30 percent since President Trump took office, but not in LA.
Who will lead California's Democratic Party? It’s been a hectic week in politics. There’s been talk of impeachment, Watergate, and Mike Pence’s political action committee. Also, the California Democratic Party is having its convention in Sacramento this weekend, where they’ll talk strategy and pick a new leader.
Margaret Atwood and Bruce Miller on 'The Handmaid's Tale' Author Margaret Atwood realizes that Hulu's adaptation of her Dystopian 1985 novel The Handmaid's Tale has gotten a huge PR boost, thanks to a turn of events that hardly seemed possible when work on the series was underway. Atwood and showrunner Bruce Miller talk about adapting the story for television and the eerie timeliness of the new series.