Historic Water Deal Ends Decades-Long Fight Between L.A. and Owens Valley

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We begin with a new internal report from the LAPD that says cops see the department’s disciplinary system as biased based on race, gender, and rank. Then, water officials in Los Angeles and the Owens Valley struck an historic deal today that could save L.A. 3 billion gallons of water a year. Next, an in-depth look at the problem of sexual abuse in competitive swimming. Then, in our weekly film segment, we take stock of new releases including Dumb and Dumber To and Foxcatcher. Finally, a look at the situation on the ground in Ukraine, where world leaders fear that an influx of Russian tanks could be a prelude to war.

Banner Image: The Los Angeles Aqueduct in the Owens Valley by Gann Matsuda - Own work