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Tuesday, February 20th
KNX Indepth (February 20, 2018)
Florida school shooting survivors want change and have traveled hundreds of miles to the state capital to pressure lawmakers on gun control. While the students and many others believe they can make a difference, one expert says they face MANY obstacles. Many legal immigrants are angry with 'dreamers,' believing that these DACA kids are getting a free ride. An incredible crisis across the pond in the United Kingdom. Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants all over the U-K have shut down because they don't have any chicken! People have been calling Scotland Yard!
KNX Indepth (February 16, 2018)
13 Russians charged with a plot to interfere with the 2016 Presidential Election, with the aim of putting Donald Trump inside the White House! Is ICE in a war against Los Angeles and other sanctuary cities? We go indepth with ICE's David Marin who discusses this week's raids and arrests. A new movie opens this weekend--"Black Panther"--and some people say they've been waiting a lifetime for something like this!
Thursday, February 15th
KNX Indepth (February 15, 2018)
We dedicate an entire hour to the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Alex Wind is a junior at the school. He and his classmates sheltered in classrooms. Longtime math teacher James Gard was in his classroom when the shooting happened. To shed some perspective on the shooting, we talk to criminology professor Adam Lankford of the University of Alabama and Jay Corzine, sociology professor at the University of Central Florida.
Wednesday, February 14th
KNX Indepth (February 13, 2018)
Disturbing statements from the country's top intelligence officials, who all agree that Russia is NOT finished trying to interfere with U-S elections! The FBI director contradicts the White House's Rob Porter timeline. Teachers at one Bay Area school claim they've been sexually harassed by students. If you love chocolate, maybe you can put that love to work--Cadbury is hiring chocolate tasters!
Monday, February 12th
KNX Indepth (February 12, 2018)
CA Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is investigating insurance giant Aetna after reports that a former medical director admitted he NEVER looked at patients' records when he decided whether to approve or deny care. Controversy over the upcoming Peter Rabbit movie, all thanks to a scene involving blackberries! Disneyland ticket prices are going up again. We check in with Kate Snow, NBC News senior national correspondent, with the latest from the Olympics!
Friday, February 9th
KNX Indepth (February 9, 2018)
It's been a week of pure market madness! While you slept, the government slept, too...briefly...shutdown again. But, it's back in business. We go to the Olympics, where the cold is causing issues. President Trump called the departure of former aide Rob Porter following allegations of domestic abuse "very sad" and focused on Porter's denial of the allegations. We talk to a domestic violence expert about why women who report abuse often aren't believed until a photo comes out.
Thursday, February 8th
KNX Indepth (February 8, 2018)
Another wild day on Wall Street, with the Dow plunging 1033 points. A former White House insider joins Indepth to talk about the resignation of top Trump aide Rob Porter, who quit over allegations of domestic violence. One psychologist says our constant use of smartphones and other tech gadgets is leading to anxiety, depression and poor physical health--in other words, it's killing us!
Wednesday, February 7th
KNX Indepth (February 7, 2018)
Efforts are underway to get rid of rules that protect airline passengers. We talk to Charles Leocha of consumer advocacy group Travelers United who is hopping mad about the DOT asking airlines to suggest changes to the rules! That SMART TV in your living room, bedroom, office and elsewhere may be too smart and invading your privacy and compromising your security. The President wants a parade. Some are worried that this means a more militant United States rather than a country willing to cooperate with others.
Tuesday, February 6th
KNX Indepth (February 6, 2018)
Having fun yet on the stock market rollercoaster ride?! We're guessing not so much. We go indepth on why this is happening and what you can and should do, based on your age, risk tolerance and financial goals. Gas prices have been going up for 19 days now! Other than California's new gas tax, what's driving the price up? Best Buy plans to stop selling CDs by July, and Target is considering doing the same. We talk to Josh Friedlander of the Recording Industry Association of America about whether it's time to chuck those CDs sitting in storage.
Monday, February 5th
KNX Indepth (February 5, 2018)
The Dow plunges more than 1,000 points! Hold on--it's not time to panic. Senators John McCain and Christopher Coons introduce a new bipartisan immigration plan, which President Trump has already called "a total waste of time" because it doesn't include a border wall. Somebody left sensitive Homeland Security documents about protecting the Super Bowl in the seat-back pocket of a commercial airplane. And those documents were found by a CNN employee! Did you watch the Super Bowl? We talk commercials with marketing consultant and San Francisco State professor Neil Cohen.
Sunday, February 4th
KNX Indepth (February 2, 2018)
The Dow is down, plunging to its lowest level since June 2016. What is going on?!?! The secret GOP memo about surveillance and the Russia investigation is not so secret anymore. We talk to an expert on national security law, a former FBI agent and John Dean, White House counsel to President Nixon.
Thursday, February 1st
KNX Indepth (January 31, 2018)
It's the FBI vs. President Trump yet again--this time over the release of a Republican memo claiming to show a politically-flawed Russia investigation. Women are apparently angry about the country's political climate and they're doing something about it. More women are running for public office! Whales can talk?!? That seems to be the case of Wikie the Whale in France.
Tuesday, January 30th
KNX Indepth (January 30, 2018)
A preview of President Trump's first State of the Union with Michael Kapp, LA Democratic Party activist, and Trump supporter and GOP convention delegate James Lacy. Barbara Lee is one of about a dozen Democratic members of Congress who'll be skipping the State of the Union tonight. The stock market's down 500 points over the past two days. CNBC contributor Ron Insana explains what's going on. If you're feeling under the weather, it could be the flu OR maybe it's Adenovirus!
Monday, January 29th
KNX Indepth (January 29, 2018)
Technology is supposed to help us. But, there is a dark side. There are millions of fake Twitter and Facebook accounts. Now we're hearing of wearable fitness tracking devices that can pinpoint the locations and movements of military personnel. Apple is not looking so robust these days, having lost $45 billion in value, on paper at least! Ratings for this year's Grammy Awards show are down, while criticism is way up; it's a trend with just about every major awards show. Are these shows irrelevant?
Friday, January 26th
KNX Indepth (January 26, 2018)
The latest news on this year's flu season is downright scary--the feds say this season is now more intense than any since the 2009 swine flu pandemic AND it's still getting worse! Vanity Fair air brushes actor James Franco out of its big Hollywood issue cover. OH MON DIEU! The French have apparently lost their minds over Nutella. One grocery chain slashed the price of the popular chocolate hazelnut spread by 70%, a move that sparked chaos and riots across the country!
Thursday, January 25th
KNX Indepth (January 25, 2018)
It's that time of year--when people meet with their accountant to prepare their income taxes and plan for next year. But, with the new tax laws, many accountants are scrambling to get information so they can properly advise their clients! There might be a warning soon on your cup of coffee. The son of the late Reverend Jerry Falwell joins us on KNX Indepth to talk about why evangelical Christians overwhelmingly support President Trump.
Wednesday, January 24th
KNX Indepth (January 24, 2018)
Thousands of FBI cellphones affected by some sort of glitch and that's led to 5 months worth of text messages to go missing! The very latest from CBS White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy. Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced today to serve as much as 175 years in prison for abusing young female athletes. We go indepth with Valorie Kondos Field, head gymnastics coach for UCLA, who talks about the culture of physical and emotional pain that has existed for many years in the sport. Evangelical leader Tony Perkins says President Trump gets a 'mulligan' on his past behavior. Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas sheds light on why evangelicals still support the president even though they don't especially like his personal behavior.
Tuesday, January 23rd
KNX Indepth (January 23, 2018)
It's happened again--shooting at a high school. This time it happened in Kentucky, leaving 2 dead and 17 others wounded. A powerful earthquake off the coast of Alaska--magnitude 7.9--set off tsunami warnings in a number of places. What would happen in California if warnings went out? Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election inches closer to President Trump. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI director James Comey both have testified. There's a video that's gone viral. It's of a young woman being showered with puppies. We talk to 28-year-old Cortney Gessford, who's been been fighting brain cancer for 3 and 1/2 years. Her friends showered her with a surprise puppy party at a Sacramento animal shelter!
Monday, January 22nd
KNX Indepth (January 22, 2018)
After 3 days, it appears as if the shutdown of the federal goverment is nearing an end. What next? Will we be back to repeated shutdowns in the coming weeks? The U-S will move its embassy to Jerusalem by the end of 2019. We talk to CBS News correspondent Robert Berger. We go indepth with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, who announced last week that he's retiring from the department. He talks about the challenges ahead and what he'll miss most.
Friday, January 19th
KNX Indepth (January 19, 2018)
A special edition of KNX Indepth--looking at President Trump's first year in office! His hits, misses, victories, losses and overall grade, according to one of California's top Republicans and a top Democrat.
Thursday, January 18th
KNX Indepth (January 18, 2018)
Will the 13 siblings who were held captive in torturous conditions in a Perris home ever be able to lead normal lives? What trauma lies ahead and how will they recover and rebuild? We talk to Charles Sophy, medical director for the LA County Department of Children & Family Services. Los Angeles is one of 20 finalists for Amazon's second headquarters. Mayor Eric Garcetti discusses what LA's offering and what benefits the city could receive if Amazon lands in LA! Some Wells Fargo customers woke up to a nightmare--empty bank accounts! Calpirg's Emily Rusch talks about the glitch and what customers can do to protect their money.
KNX Indepth (January 17, 2018)
Many questions about rules and regulations for home schools, after 13 siblings are found malnourished and living in deplorable conditions at their home in Perris, where they were home-schooled. Their parents have been arrested. President Trump vs. Soviet dictator Josef Stalin--the comparison has been drawn...on the floor of the Senate?!? A gay college student is stabbed to death in Orange County while on break for the holidays. A transgender woman is stabbed to death in LA, her body found in a burned home. We talk to Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino.
Tuesday, January 16th
KNX Indepth (January 16, 2018)
People living near a Perris family had no idea something terrible was going on right in front of them, in their own neighborhood. Deputies arrested a couple for allegedly torturing their 13 kids, who were found living in deplorable conditions, some of whom were found chained to beds in their home! One sociologist says he can see how most -- if not all -- of the family's neighbors were totally clueless and unaware of what was happening. Huge scare in Hawaii over the weekend, when someone mistakenly sent out an alert about an incoming missile! Could California make such a mistake?!? The erroneous nuclear attack warning has got people thinking about building or buying bomb shelters.
KNX Indepth (January 12, 2018)
It's a comment that has disgusted much of the world--President Trump reportedly denigrated Haiti, Africa and El Salvador in language that some say is racist. Leon Panetta, former Defense Secretary, CIA director, congressman and White House chief of staff, says he's never heard a president use language like what's attributed to Mr. Trump. We get reaction from South Africa and Norway. What goes up must come down. Is it time to take your money out of the stock market? Actor Mark Wahlberg got $1.5 million, while his co-star Michelle Williams got $1000 to re-shoot scenes in "All the Money in the World" after Kevin Spacey was booted from the film due to sexual misconduct complaints against him. We go indepth to find out how such pay inequity happens!
Friday, January 12th
KNX Indepth (January 11, 2018)
The search continues in Montecito for victims of this week's flash flood and mudslides. We go indepth with one survivor, as well as Ventura County Fire Battalion Chief Jeff Shea about the grim search for victims. Geologist Francis Rengers gives us the science behind the tsunami of mud and rock that came roaring down the Montecito hillsides. Coming to a fast food restaurant near you--robots!
Thursday, January 11th
KNX Indepth (January 10, 2018)
CA Attorney General Xavier Becerra wins a preliminary injunction against the Trump Administration over its decision to end DACA. Talking toilets and robots that sleep with you--just a couple of the new and exciting things popping up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! GOP House members--including Ed Royce and Darrell Issa--are not running for re-election. The flu is knocking out a lot of people this season.
Tuesday, January 9th
KNX Indepth (January 9, 2018)
Flooding, mudslides, homes sliding off their foundations, people found dead in areas where, some officials say, they had been warned to evacuate. We go indepth on the storm that battered and took its toll on Montecito. We hear from a man who had to be rescued from his home, which was suddenly surrounded by water and mud from a swollen creek. An unprecedented amount of rain dropped on Montecito in a very short period of time. Weather Channel severe storm specialist Dr. Erica Navarro sheds light on today's storm activity. Don't really know how to drive when the rain's coming down in sheets? We get some tips from an LA County Sheriff's Department traffic investigator.
Monday, January 8th
KNX Indepth (January 8, 2018)
Will she or won't she? Plenty of buzz about Oprah's riveting speech at the Golden Globes and talk of her running for president! Political strategist Brad Anderson weighs in on what Oprah would need to do if she ran for office. Al Tompkins with the Poynter Institue for Media Studies says name recognition will get her only so far. Negotiations are underway for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to interview President Trump in the Russia investigation. Two Apple investors are urging the company to take action to prevent children from becoming addicted to smartphones.
Friday, January 5th
KNX Indepth (January 5, 2018)
Uproar at the White House over Michael Wolff's explosive new book on President Trump. We talk to Brian Stelter, host of CNN's "Reliable Sources." Is the angry response from the White House a diversion from more serious issues, such as Russia, Comey and North Korea? Big weekend for the Rams, who take on the Atlanta Falcons tomorrow. It's the first NFL playoff game in the LA Coliseum in nearly 40 years! It seems that everyone's sick these days. We talk to Dr. Williams Schaffner, medical director at the National Foundation for Infectious diseases.
Thursday, January 4th
KNX Indepth (January 4, 2018)
Earlier this week, California joined a few other states that have legalized the recreational use of marijuana. Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions told U-S attorneys across the country that it's okay to prosecute pot offenses. The Trump administration wants to open up more oil and gas drilling...in the Pacific Ocean...off the coast of California! He's read it...the explosive new book on President Trump that's hitting shelves tomorrow. Washington Post White House reporter John Wagner gives us a sneak peek. The Dow closed about 25,000 for the first time in its 121-year history.
KNX Indepth (January 3, 2018)
An explosive new book about President Trump is about to hit store shelves. We talk to Washington Post White House reporter John Wagner. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort sues special counsel Robert Mueller and asks a federal court to narrow his authority. Online gaming leads to a real-life fatal shooting.
Tuesday, January 2nd
KNX Indepth (January 2, 2018)
Recreational marijuana is now legal in California. What are the rules? How much can you buy? Can you share with a friend? What happens if you're pulled over on suspicion of DUI? New tax laws are in effect. Will these laws encourage companies to switch more workers from staff to 'contract' players? Iran on edge, with more protests and more tweets from President Trump. What next?
Monday, December 25th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 22, 2017)
Motown legend Smokey Robinson releases his first-ever solo holiday album! He joins us in-studio to talk about the album and huge changes in the music industry. CA Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is asking insurance companies to ease up on the paperwork and to pay 100% for contents coverage for victims of the recent devastating wildfires. What's the new year looking like for President Trump and Congress? We talk to Politico's John Bresnahan.
Saturday, December 23rd, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 21, 2017)
Saving money on next year's tax bill is quickly becoming a priority for many Americans. We go indepth on what you can do now! The U.N. condemns President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. New data from the federal government says Americans are dying younger. The drug epidemic, especially opioids, is a big reason for this, with deaths from overdoses rising 21% last year.
KNX Indepth (December 15, 2017)
The Thomas Fire is the fourth largest wildfire in California history, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Firefighters and policy makers are accepting that this type of massively destructive wildfire might be the state's new norm. Recreational pot becomes legal in California on January 1st. But, it doesn't mean you can just walk right in and start doing business in the new year! California has a ways to go on its legalized industry. How did "The Simpsons" tv show get so good at predicting the future?!
Tuesday, December 19th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 19, 2017)
Is the IRS ready for tax reform? A massive restructuring of the tax system comes just months before tax season. Will the IRS, already hit hard by budget and staff cuts, be ready? The train tragedy up north is highlighting the importance of Positive Train Control, which can basically override operators, to keep trains from going too fast or blowing through stop signals. Metrolink has that, in the wake of the Chatsworth train tragedy of September 2008. It's not easy to expose sexual harassment and misconduct. We talk to Anna Graham Hunter, who wrote an Op-Ed in the LA Times about the challenges she had getting people to really listen to her allegations against Dustin Hoffman.
Monday, December 18th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 18, 2017)
Will the tax reform plan expected to win approval this week drive people out of California? Just HOURS after a Sports Illustrated article about the owner of the Carolina Panthers having paid off victims of sexual harassment and other misconduct., comes word that he's selling the team. And Sean Diddy Combs says he wants to buy it! Is The 'Last Jedi' worth the hype? Some die-hard fans say no!
Thursday, December 14th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 14, 2017)
Now that net neutrality rules are dead, what's in store for the average consumer? Fire officials continue to look for the cause of recent wildifres, and power lines are part of the investigation. Does it make sense to put them underground? Star Wars fans are gearing up for "The Last Jedi"! Among the fans...Todd Fisher...whose sister, famed actress Carrie Fisher, makes her final appearance on the big screen.
KNX Indepth (December 13, 2017)
Do the texts from two FBI officials, one of whom was part of the Mueller probe, damning then candidate Donald Trump and praising Hillary Clinton, cast doubt on the investigation? Can special-agents have political opinions, but still conduct a non-partisan probe? It's not often a mouse swallows a Fox, but that could happen tomorrow, when Disney is expected to officially announce one of the biggest deals in show business--acquiring much of 21st Century Fox. Was Democrat Doug Jones' victory a referendum on President Trump....or a referendum on MeToo, and accused sexual offenders running for office?
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 12, 2017)
Man flu--it's not just that some men are more whiney than women about being sick. One researcher says men are hit harder than women when it comes to the flu, and it's due to hormones! Gang crime is a big worry. But LA officials have notified more than 7000 people that their names are off the list of people under special restrictions. How does this impact crime fighting efforts? LaVar Ball making headlines again. He pulled son LiAngelo out of UCLA and now he's pulled LaMelo out of high school. They're headed to Lithuania to play basketball. Famed sports agent Leigh Steinberg weighs in on whether this is the right move or a move that will mess up the Ball boys' lives.
Monday, December 11th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 11, 2017)
Everybody's talking about the video that's gone viral...a Tennessee boy talking about how kids at school called him ugly. We talk to an expert on bullying who says yes, bullies should be stopped, but victims need to learn how to deal with bullies! North Korea has been working on nuclear weapons, but did you know the country's also trying to acquire machinery to produce biological weapons? Lots of digging going on in LA, as Metro works on extending the Purple Line. And crews are discovering fossils...of mammoths!
KNX Indepth (December 8, 2017)
The wildfires have been devastating on so many levels. We talk to a trainer who lost many horses when the Lilac Fire in San Diego County swept through the San Luis Rey Training Center. We check in with a child development specialist about the fire images and stories kids are seeing and hearing. How do you talk to kids about such death and destruction? The Labor Department's jobs report shows that unemployment remains at a 17-year low. But, the news is not as good as it seems.
Thursday, December 7th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 7, 2017)
Senator Al Franken announces that he will resign from Congress amid sexual misconduct allegations. Donna Brazile, former chair of the Democratic National Committee, joins us live to talk about Franken and her new book about the 2016 presidential eleciton. Protests broke out today along the West Bank over President Donald Trump's decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. We get the latest from CBS News correspondent Robert Berger in Jerusalem and NBC's Richard Engel in Ramallah.
Wednesday, December 6th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 6, 2017)
The flames, the wind, the battle--we go indepth on the Southern California fires. We talk to a state fire spotter about the wind, current conditions and resources and what it's like to fly over fires. The air is a smokey mess. One ER doctory says those little face masks everybody's wearing don't help much and could even make you sick! Better check your homeowners insurance. You may not have enough coverage. Pets are family members. We find out how best to protect our furry friends from fire and smoke.
Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 5, 2017)
He watched five neighbors' homes burn and he used a garden hose to protect his own home! We talk to Ventura County Supervisor Steve Bennett about the 50,000+ acre Thomas Fire. So many people have been hit hard by the fires burning in Ventura County, Sylmar and elsewhere. Some 27,000 have been evacuated and are unable to go home. Others have lost their homes.
Monday, December 4th, 2017
KNX Indepth (December 4, 2017)
The Supreme Court allows full enforcement of President Trump's travel ban of residents of six mostly Muslim countries. CVS is buying Aetna for $69 billion. We talk to the father of a 13-year-old Southern California girl who's on life-support because she attempted suicide after being bullied by kids at school. She will be taken off life-support tonight.
Thursday, November 30th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 30, 2017)
Harvey Weinstein. Charlie Rose. Al Franken. Matt Lauer. Russell Simmons. And the list goes on and on in the sexual harassment crisis of 2017. We talk to Hollywood insiders, lawyers, and human resources experts in a special edition of KNX Indepth. Why is this happening now? What happens next?
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 29, 2017)
President Trump has ignited another firestorm, this time, by retweeting inflammatory anti-Muslim videos from a fringe British ultranationalist group. We talk to the Council on American Islamic Relations and get reaction from the UK. "Today Show" co-host Matt Lauer fired today for sexual harassment. One of the disturbing details uncovered in an exclusive report by Variety: Lauer apparently turned his office into a virtual sex den complete with a button to seal his office from the inside! Listen up if you're flying American Airlines over the Christmas holiday. A problem with the scheduling system has left thousands of AA flights without pilots!
KNX Indepth (November 28, 2017)
Buying bulk could be bad for your wallet AND your health!. All you Royal Family watchers...get ready for a Royal Wedding in May! Another missile launch from North Koreaa. How will the U.S. respond?
KNX Indepth (November 27, 2017)
Cyber Monday kicks off with a bang! We talk to DealNews about ways to get the most out of today's big online shopping day. If you're shopping online, consider your credit card info as good as stolen. A drone manages to drop propoganda leaflets over two NFL gamesi in the Bay Area. Congress returns to work with an aggressive December agenda.
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 22, 2017)
Basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joins us in studio for a wide-ranging interview. He recently penned a column for the Hollywood Reporter, reflecting on the recent sexual harassment and misconduct scandals. Kareem also talks about the three UCLA basketball players who were busted for shoplifting in China. He's written another book--"Becoming Kareem: Growing Up On and Off the Court'. It's aimed at young people and focuses on how he dealt with racism, becoming a Muslim and standing up for what he believes, despite criticism.
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 21, 2017)
CBS has fired "CBS This Morning" host Charlie Rose, and PBS has cancelled his interview show, all over sexual harassment claims. What role did enablers play in this case and other recent high-profile cases? The current FCC chairman proposes repealing Obama era 'net neutrality' regulations which require internet service providers to treat all web traffic equally. One former chairman says this is the right thing to do. Would you pay for a spot at the family table this Thanksgiving? We're hearing that some people are making family members pay for a plate of food on this big holiday. One etiquette expert weighs in.
Monday, November 20th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 20, 2017)
Congressman Adam Schiff joins us in studio for the full hour. He's at the center of what's happening in the nation's capital. We've got lots to talk about--everything from taxes and healthcare to President Trump, the Russia investigation and sexual harassment on Capitol Hill.
Friday, November 17th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 17, 2017)
It's a new day for KNX 1070 Newsradio! We talk to David Field, president and CEO of Entercom Communications, as KNX and many other radio stations across the country, join the Entercom family. If you're still paying off last year's holiday bills, you're not alone. Financial advisor Stephen Rischall has advice for staying on budget this holiday season. Lawrence O'Donnell, host of "The Last Word" on MSNBC joins us in studio to talk politics. He's written a new book "Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics."
Thursday, November 16th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 16, 2017)
Minnesota Senator Al Franken is the latest prominent public figure to be accused of sexual assault. The sexual harassment scandals in Hollywood are going to impact several potential awards contenders. Hate crimes by white supremacists are way up in LA County. It's an end to an era at KNX, which officially leaves the CBS family Friday morning. We talk to longtime CBS Radio and TV commentator Charles Osgood.
Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 15, 2017)
3 UCLA men's basketball players arrested in China for shoplifting are back in the U.S. They publicly apologized for their actions at a news conference today. UCLA officials also announced the three would be suspended "indefinitely." We talk to former UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick, sports agent Leigh Steinberg and sports business analyst Rick Horrow. More trouble for Harvey Weinstein and the Weinstein Company--they were slapped with a class action lawsuit today. Authorities are crediting school employees in Northern California with saving lives yesterday by quickly locking down classrooms just seconds before a shooter got on campus.
KNX Indepth (November 14, 2017)
The Department of Justice considers a special counsel to investigate the Clintons. Attorney General Jeff Sessions appears before the House Judiciary Committee. The latest on the UCLA basketball players and what President Trump likely promised to China in order to secure their release and get shoplifting charges against them dropped.
Monday, November 13th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 13, 2017)
He's a student at Palos Verdes High AND he's accused of murder. He is being allowed to continue his education away from campus. Some parents say barring the student from the classroom doesn't go far enough in keeping the community safe. People with a history of self-mutilation, bipolar disorder, depression, and drug and alcohol abuse can now seek waivers to join the Army. A new billboard is up along the 5 Freeway in Commerce. It says "L-A Zoo: Don't Let Billy Die Behind Bars." Zoo director John Lewis says Billy and other elephants are doing fine and don't need to go to a sanctuary.
Friday, November 10th, 2017
KNX Indepth (November 10, 2017)
Swimming legend Diana Nyad talks about being sexually assaulted by her swim coach for MANY years, starting when she was 14. She talks about the stories coming out of Hollywood, comparing the power structure in the entertainment industry to the one in sports. Every day, it seems there's a new allegation of sexual harassment or misconduct. One criminal defense attorney says it's important that we not rush to judgment. We wrap up the hour with a tribute to veterans, including our own traffic anchor Thom Tran.
KNX Indepth (November 9, 2017)
President Trump wraps up his trip to China. TSA screening may fail as much as 80 percent of the time. Five women accuse comedian Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct. Actor Kevin Sapcey is being removed from the upcoming movie "All The Money In The World."
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