Today, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments over same-sex marriage. What happened during the hearing? Also, a look at how the arguments relate to gay divorce as much as marriage. Then, as Baltimore reels after riots and looting after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray at the hands of police, Los Angeles considers police body cameras. But some civil rights activists aren’t happy with the proposal. We hear from both sides of the debate. Then, the filmmaker who made the new documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck talks to Madeleine about the movie and the process of making it. And finally, how did the area now called “Sawtelle Japantown” become one of the best restaurant streets in the city?
The High Court on Gay Marriage, LAPD Body Cams and 'Montage of Heck'
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Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments over same-sex marriage. The justices considered two main questions: Does the Constitution require states to recognize gay...
8 min, 5 sec
The arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court today aren’t just important to same-sex couples who want to marry. It’s important to gay couples who want to get divorced. Right...
7 min, 26 sec
LAPD Considers Body Camera Rules
In Baltimore, schools are closed today. Police and National Guard troops are patrolling the streets, and residents are assessing the damage from last night’s rioting and...
10 min, 41 sec
'Montage of Heck'
In 2007, Kurt Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, contacted documentary filmmaker Brett Morgen with the idea of making a film about her late husband. Eight years and many twists...
15 min, 45 sec