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The podcast world’s brightest stars will collide at the first “Now Hear This” festival in southern California this weekend. “WTF with Marc Maron,” “Comedy, Bang!

Keeping up with pop culture

The podcast world’s brightest stars will collide at the first “Now Hear This” festival in southern California this weekend. “WTF with Marc Maron,” “Comedy, Bang!

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

It may not feel like Fall is right around the corner just yet, but it is.

What’s worth DVR-ing this Fall?

It may not feel like Fall is right around the corner just yet, but it is.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With Donald Trump making headlines every other day, naturally, the time is right for his second ex-wife to return to network television.

Monday TV Roundup: 'Dancing With the Stars', 'Heartbeat' and Medical Dramas

With Donald Trump making headlines every other day, naturally, the time is right for his second ex-wife to return to network television.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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California has filed a lawsuit against Huntington Beach over its recently passed voter ID law.

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The Orange County Sheriff's Department had hundreds of ICE transfers last year, raising concerns from immigrant rights groups who say the actions defy California law.

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Topanga is one of the riskiest places in LA County for fires and floods. One of the area’s oldest residents explains why she still calls it home after 92 years.

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A new AI company called Suno wants everyone to be able to produce their own pro-level songs. What does that mean for artists?

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Rudy Mancuso’s synesthesia means daily sounds transform into layered rhythms and melodies. He explores that beautiful and frustrating experience in “Música.”

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How will a continued offensive in Gaza affect Democratic support for Israel? Can SCOTUS clear up the lines between censorship and free speech?

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OJ Simpson, 76, died on Wednesday. Thirty years ago, his murder trial and acquittal became a flashpoint of celebrity, race, and jurisprudence.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With the narrow approval of Governor Gavin Newsom’s $6.4 billion mental health bond, Prop 1, the work begins to build thousands of treatment beds.

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Anticipating Monday’s total solar eclipse, Angelenos are flying and driving thousands of miles to get the best view – and, possibly, to be changed.

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