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Trump immigration plan; new CA bill could eliminate prostitution charges for minors & say ...

Is Donald Trump rethinking his campaign promise to deport millions of people here illegally and how might such a move play with his core supporters? CA Senate Bill 1322 would change the way underage sex workers are charged; Plus, inside NPR's decision to drop reader comments from its website - have extreme comments made many comments sections unusable? And who benefits in the shift to social media?

Trump immigration plan; new CA bill could eliminate prostitution charges for minors & say ...

Paul Manafort leaves Trump campaign, how the definition of 'Asian-American' could change i...

After accusations of impropriety in his work with pro-Russian politicians, Trump's former campaign chairman resigned this morning; a bill in Sacramento could require institutions to to collect data on more groups under the label "Asian American," but not everybody's happy about it; plus, Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Andy Klein, Justin Chang, and Charles Solomon review this week's new releases including "War Dogs" with Jonah Hill and Miles Teller. TGI-FilmWeek!

Paul Manafort leaves Trump campaign, how the definition of 'Asian-American' could change i...

Agreement could allow for LAX modernization, should witholding evidence be a felony & how ...

A proposed agreement between a community organization and Los Angeles World Airports could stop years of litigation; after a scandal at the Orange County DA's office, lawmakers in Sacramento are getting closer to passing a bill that could make it a felony for prosecutors to withhold evidence; plus, the author of 'Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon' traces the political trajectory of the former Senator and presidential candidate.

Agreement could allow for LAX modernization, should witholding evidence be a felony & how ...

Catching an arsonist; should Olympians be taxed for winning a medal & Trump's 'extreme vet...

Authorities have arrested a man they suspect is responsible for the Clayton fire in Northern California --what goes into tracking an arsonist?; Olympians are currently taxed for winning medals and for receiving cash bonuses, but new legislation could change that; and Trump has unveiled a vague plan he says will help shield the United States form terrorists.

Catching an arsonist; should Olympians be taxed for winning a medal & Trump's 'extreme vet...

Politics: Trump's embellishment record & more Clinton controversy; will 3D printers revolu...

AirTalk's weekly political roundtable will preview the week ahead on the campaign trail and take a look at the history of Donald Trump's truthiness; 3D printers combined with infared heat could soon change the way we eat; and a state official and an environmentalist debate the state of the Salton Sea.

Politics: Trump's embellishment record & more Clinton controversy; will 3D printers revolu...

After years of progress, SoCal ozone levels spike, Pitzer students angry after racially-ti...

Why ozone levels exceeded federal health standards every day but one in July; racial tensions are high at the Claremont Colleges after a roommate-wanted posting requested "[people of color] only; "plus, Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein, Tim Cogshell, and Charles Solomon review this week's new movie releases, including Seth Rogen's raunchy animated comedy "Sausage Party." TGI-FilmWeek!

After years of progress, SoCal ozone levels spike, Pitzer students angry after racially-ti...

DEA says pot still a 'Schedule I' drug, massive development fuels South LA gentrification ...

The Obama administration plans to allow more marijuana research, but the DEA reaffirmed today that it still sees pot as prone to abuse; 'The Reef' development in South LA has residents concerned about rising rents; and as pro football returns to Southern California Saturday, we preview the team and look at how they'll change the Southland's economy

DEA says pot still a 'Schedule I' drug, massive development fuels South LA gentrification ...

"Second Amendment people," LAPD officer fatally shoots 14-year-old Boyle Heights teen, plu...

A constitutional law professor analyzes Trump's suggestion that the "Second Amendment people" stop Clinton; Boyle Heights reacts to the officer-involved shooting death of a 14-year-old; plus, is shaming dopers unsportsmanlike or justified?

"Second Amendment people," LAPD officer fatally shoots 14-year-old Boyle Heights teen, plu...

Should retired military officials endorse candidates, debating the new BLM platform & the ...

After 50 GOP national security officials denounced Trump yesterday, defense experts debate the role of the military in the presidential election; Jody Armour & Joe Hicks analyze the new policy platform from The Movement for Black Lives; plus, the best brews in Southern California.

Should retired military officials endorse candidates, debating the new BLM platform & the ...

Presidential candidates & their economic policies, proposed CA law raises questions about ...

Our weekly political coverage delves into economic policies outlined by Trump and Clinton; we debate the possibility of a new law that could change anti-discrimination laws for religious institutions; and which TV shows make you feel nostalgic?

Presidential candidates & their economic policies, proposed CA law raises questions about ...

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