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Over the past year, China has almost stopped accepting America’s recyclables. More than 200 recycling centers in California closed last month.
Sep. 11from Greater LA
“False flag” reports, even outright deceptions, have led to some of America’s longest wars. New technology makes another disastrous mistake more likely than ever.
Jul. 18, 2019from To the Point
The challenge of climate change can seem overwhelming--especially with the Trump administration dropping the ball. But cities have opportunities to make change.
Jul. 15, 2019from To the Point
Parents are upset about new sex ed resources that the California legislature approved. Parents say they’re too graphic, too encouraging, and doesn’t focus on the consequences of sex.
Feb. 20from Greater LA
Today at 12:15 PM, Pete Buttigieg is participating in a town hall at USC Bovard Auditorium. He also has an evening fundraiser for his campaign.
Feb. 20from News Stories
At today’s memorial for Kobe Bryant, thousands of Angelenos gathered and heard speeches from Vanessa Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, and others.
Feb. 24from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The jury in the Harvey Weinstein criminal trial began deliberations this week. They've made several requests to review information and to relisten to certain of witness testimonies.
Feb. 21from Hollywood Breakdown
In author and cultural historian Sam Wasson's new book, 'The Big Goodbye', he tells us that the 1970s ended in Hollywood in 1974, with the release of the epochal film 'Chinatown'.
Feb. 21from The Treatment
On this Presidents’ Day, we broadcast a special panel discussion about the messy green rush following the legalization of recreational marijuana in California.
Feb. 17from Greater LA
A new screen version of "The Call of the Wild" is calling to us; it's the Jack London story of a California dog named buck who goes native in the Yukon of the Gold Rush days.
Feb. 21from Film Reviews
Rotting fruit is made out of semi precious stones, a group show centers around witches, and paintings depict figures floating through water.
Feb. 18from Arts & Culture Stories
Twelve jurors found Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein guilty on two counts: criminal sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree.
Feb. 24from The Business