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Remember Top Gun? Remember Tom Cruise’s all-American beach volleyball–playing, fighter pilot heroism? Well, the image of a tough guy pilot has evolved.

Top Gun Actor Discusses Playing a Drone Pilot

Remember Top Gun? Remember Tom Cruise’s all-American beach volleyball–playing, fighter pilot heroism? Well, the image of a tough guy pilot has evolved.

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When author Sonia Nazario wrote the Pulitzer Prize winning book  “Enrique’s Journey” in 2006, nobody was paying much attention to the number of children coming across the US border.

Sonia Nazario on children crossing the US border: ‘It’s a modern day odyssey’

When author Sonia Nazario wrote the Pulitzer Prize winning book  “Enrique’s Journey” in 2006, nobody was paying much attention to the number of children coming across the US border.

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From filming Burning Man to projecting views from Wilshire Grand to being programmed to kill, drones have multiple applications and raise many ethical and legal question.

KCRW’s Drone Coverage

From filming Burning Man to projecting views from Wilshire Grand to being programmed to kill, drones have multiple applications and raise many ethical and legal question.

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In Chloé Zhao's gorgeous "Nomadland," a woman in her 60s, played with gusto and intimations of grief by Frances McDormand, joins a transient population of older and just plain old…

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The Golden Globes are this weekend, and the days of the awards ceremony being a small funky party are long gone.

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Many Angelenos are camping out on a sidewalk overnight to be first in a daily unofficial standby line for leftover COVID-19 vaccine doses.

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As technology becomes more sleek and complex, repairing is more difficult and dangerous. When something breaks, it’s often easier to buy a new one.

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the acquittal of former President Trump in his second impeachment, the beginning of civil lawsuits filed against him and more

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Eliza Hittman was at the Berlin Film Festival last February with her art-house abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always.”

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Indoor museums are still closed — while malls, tattoo shops, hair and nail salons have been open since Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted parts of the state’s stay-at-home order last month.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Maurice Harris owns Bloom & Plume, a flower business with an adjacent coffee shop. Before the pandemic, his products were selling well and his social commentary was resonating.

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