Hollywood Abuse Claims, Clemency, and a Digestive Tour

We take a look at allegations of child sexual abuse that are rocking Hollywood. We also discuss the White House’s new initiative to expand the use of clemency for prisoners serving long, mandatory sentences for nonviolent drug crimes. Plus, Mary Roach joins the show to discuss her new book that takes us on a fascinating tour of our digestive systems. And L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez offers an update in the story of Nathaniel Ayers, the brilliant musician whose schizophrenia led him to a life on the streets.

Banner Image: Plaintiff Michael Egan attends a news conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, California April 17, 2014. Egan filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against director Bryan Singer, accusing him of drugging and raping him in California and Hawaii in the late 1990s. Singer's attorney, Marty Singer, called the claims "without merit" and "absurd and defamatory." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni