Senators from New York, New Jersey and Kentucky want to end the federal prohibition on medical marijuana. Then, why did AEG drop its proposal for a football stadium in Downtown L.A.? In our regular car segment, we take a look at the legacy of Yutaka Katayama, a Nissan executive who helped usher a Japanese car craze in the U.S. Then, a new study provides fresh evidence about the origins of narcissism. We talk about what parents should and shouldn’t do to avoid raising narcissists. And, why the Apple Watch is more luxury fashion accessory than high-end tech.
A Marijuana Legalization Push, How Narcissists Are Made and the Apple Watch
From this Episode:
Lawmakers Want to Legalize Marijuana on Federal Level
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York joined New Jersey’s Cory Booker and Kentucky’s Rand Paul to propose a bill, today, that would end the federal prohibition on medical...
8 min, 32 sec
AEG Drops Football Stadium Plan
There are two proposals for football stadiums in L.A., down from three. AEG is giving up on plans to build a stadium downtown. The company spent $50 million on the proposal...
8 min, 56 sec
How Yutaka Katayama Taught Americans to Love Japanese Cars
Some of the best-selling cars in America are Japanese brands. In fact, American pickup trucks are the only vehicles that can top Japanese brands like Toyota, Honda and...
8 min, 10 sec
Raising Little Narcissists
Kanye West is one person notorious for tooting his own horn -- and he’s certainly been accused of narcissism. But maybe his parents just praised him a lot? A new study finds...
13 min, 15 sec