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Join Larry Mantle weekdays for lively and in-depth discussions of Los Angeles and Southern California news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts and more. More AirTalk at www.kpcc.org.

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    AirTalk for September 25, 2015

    Speaker John Boehner announced today that he will resign from ...

    Speaker John Boehner announced today that he will resign from his position and give up his House seat at the end of October. Then, Saudi Arabia's King Salman has ordered a safety review of the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca. Also, art forger, Mark Landis, has fooled countless museums into hanging his replicas of famous paintings around the country.

    Sep 25, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 24, 2015

    Pope Francis wasted no time diving into U.S. politics when ...

    Pope Francis wasted no time diving into U.S. politics when he addressed a joint session of the United States’ Congress on Thursday morning. Then, immigration rights groups this morning are protesting a new policy allowing agents of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement access to inmates in LA County jails. Also, the first-person singular is a powerful voice and they’re all over the Internet these days.

    Sep 24, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 23, 2015

    The most politicized pontiff in contemporary history is in Washington ...

    The most politicized pontiff in contemporary history is in Washington D.C. this week. Then, the LAUSD campaign, Now Matters Later, provides tips on how to dissuade teens from engaging in the common practice. Also, while most of us are just finding out about VW’s deceit, one man and his research team began noticing discrepancies more than two years ago.

    Sep 23, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 22, 2015

    Scott Walker recalled himself from the Republican Presidential market. Then, ...

    Scott Walker recalled himself from the Republican Presidential market. Then, a class-action complaint has been filed against Volkswagen on behalf of drivers over its emissions scandal. Also, a bill that would provide subsidies for seismic retrofitting of apartment buildings across California now lacks only a signature from Governor Jerry Brown before it’s able to be considered law.

    Sep 22, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 21, 2015

    Volkswagen's emissions scandal will cost the Berlin-based company up to ...

    Volkswagen's emissions scandal will cost the Berlin-based company up to $18 billion. Also, Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell stops by the AirTalk studios to update us on the latest goings-on at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department. Then, how does the Catholic Church stay relevant when so much of its history depends on faith in inexplicable events?

    Sep 21, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 18, 2015

    The Fair Political Practices Commission unanimously voted to close what ...

    The Fair Political Practices Commission unanimously voted to close what it’s been deemed as a loophole for out-of-state nonprofits. Also, the cover of TIME magazine features an affable-looking Bernie Sanders with the cheeky headline “Socialize this, America.” Then, before the TIFF up Sunday, film critic Peter Rainer and Tim Gray select their favorite films from this year’s slate of noteworthy films.

    Sep 18, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 17, 2015

    After last night's Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan ...

    After last night's Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Library, there’s little doubt today that it was Carly Fiorina’s night in Simi Valley. Also, proposed retrofitting laws to upgrade buildings most vulnerable to earthquake damage may mean requiring even higher rents in some of the city’s oldest buildings. Then, we ask Dr. Coyne how he came to his hardline approach on religion… and what the harm is in having a little faith.

    Sep 17, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 16, 2015

    The eyes of the nation turn to Simi Valley this ...

    The eyes of the nation turn to Simi Valley this evening as the Republican presidential candidates share the debate stage once again. Also, Chief Beck joins us for our monthly visit. Then, what do we really know about Clifford Clinton, the man who created it all and was considered one of the most powerful—and controversial—men of 1930s Los Angeles?

    Sep 16, 2015 Read more
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    AirTalk for September 15, 2015

    What can Hillary Clinton's campaign do to revive itself? Then, ...

    What can Hillary Clinton's campaign do to revive itself? Then, the UC Regents are set to debate a new set of principles that would protect what the Office of the President calls students “right to be free from expressions of intolerance.” Also, rain drenched the Southland in water -- up to three inches in downtown, which saw its wettest day of the year.

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    AirTalk for September 14, 2015

    The 61,000 acre Valley Fire now encompasses Napa, Sonoma and ...

    The 61,000 acre Valley Fire now encompasses Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties and has forced more than 17,000 people to evacuate their homes. Also, as critics and proponents fight, should the EB-5 program be renewed? Then, on Thursday, the Fed will decide whether to raise interest rates, which is often seen as an economic harbinger for what the state of the economy looks like.

    Sep 14, 2015 Read more
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