For the first time in human history, the majority of the world’s population (currently 7.1 billion) lives in urban settings.
Sep. 5, 2014
from Arts & Culture Stories
Activist Achal Prabhala speaks to Robert Scheer about the wealthy countries’ reluctance to end global vaccine apartheid.
from Scheer Intelligence
Kenneth Rosen, journalist and author of “Troubled: The Failed Promise of America’s Behavioral Treatment Programs,” takes a closer look at the “tough love” industry and the damaging…
from Life Examined
Josh, Megan and Gustavo discuss vaccine mandates, the bipartisan infrastructure deal and the end of federal eviction moratoriums.
from Left, Right & Center
Californians are facing what could be a historic wildfire season -- yet again.
from News Special Programming
Patients infected with HIV have a higher chance of dying from COVID-19 by 30%, according to a new study from the World Health Organization.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Two decades ago, California enacted a law to remove guns from people deemed too dangerous to be armed. But the measure, plagued by problems, has not achieved its promise.
from News Stories
Community activists and some city leaders say they are not satisfied with the LAPD’s explanation about the “miscalculation” that led to the dangerous detonation of illegal fireworks in…
from KCRW Features
Ken and Josh discuss Michael Avenatti’s decision to represent himself, the drama around Section 230, and the Tom Barrack indictment.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
Roughly 53% of LA County residents are fully vaccinated, but cases and hospitalizations are rising. As the Delta variant spreads, people ages 18-29 are being hit hardest.
from Greater LA