Today we find out how three convicts are still at large after escaping from Orange County Men’s Central Jail last Friday. The men are reportedly “armed and very dangerous.” Then, following the Porter Ranch gas leak, activists and residents in Los Angeles want the city to look at its own rules surrounding gas and oil production. Next, we look at the International Olympic Committee’s new policy that allows transgender athletes to compete without restrictions. We wrap up with Madeleine’s take from her first Sundance Film Festival and then a TV roundup.
OC Jailbreak, Oil and Gas, Transgender Athletes and Sundance
From this Episode:
Orange County Jail Break
Three convicts are still at large since escaping from Orange County Men’s Central Jail last Friday. Police say the men are “armed and very dangerous.” They got out by...
L.A. Oil and Gas
Over the weekend, city officials ordered the leaking Porter Ranch gas well to be shut down permanently after it’s fixed. But the whole debacle has made activists and...
International Olympic Committee and Transgender Athletes
This weekend the International Olympic Committee announced that it would change its policy on transgender athletes competing in the Olympics. What does that mean? Officials...
Sundance Film Festival Round 1 with Madeleine Brand
Madeleine is at the Sundance Film Festival this week. It’s her very first Sundance festival. You’ll hear about that experience. She also interviews the directors behind the...