Senator Harry Reid says he’s going to retire at the end of his term in 2016. What will that mean for Nevada politics? California is relaxing its laws about where sex offenders can live. And this weekend, Los Angeles is hosting the Call of Duty championship. The winning team gets $400,000. In our weekly film roundup, a Dreamworks family-friendly animated flick, a Will Ferrell comedy, and a Noah Baumbach movie about 40-somethings trying to relive an imagined youth. And, finally, we talk to a Hollywood bear wrangler.
Harry Reid Retires, Call of Duty Championship, and Hollywood Bear Wrangler
From this Episode:
Harry Reid Won’t Run Again
The Senate’s Democratic minority leader, Harry Reid, says he won’t be seeking re-election in 2016. He took a nasty fall while he was working out at his home on New Year’s...
8 min, 17 sec
New Sex Offender Laws
The state is relaxing the restrictions on where registered sex offenders can live. A nine-year-old ballot measure bans ALL sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a...
8 min, 46 sec
Call of Duty
March Madness tournament games will be played at Staples Center this weekend. A few blocks away there will be another, less physically-athletic competition: the Call of Duty...
8 min, 14 sec
New Movie Releases
Finally, a little variety at the movie theater this weekend. Coming out today: a family-friendly animated flick, a raunchy comedy and a movie about 40-somethings trying to...
12 min, 33 sec