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February 4, 2010

Is one of the great symbols of the American West - the wild horse - suffering from its amazing ability to survive? Correspondent John Larson reports there's an over-population of wild horses on government land, and no easy answers for what to do about it. The amazing Mr. Ayers was the subject of a series of columns by our contributor, L.A. Times writer Steve Lopez. He went on to write a book, which became a movie, The Soloist. Now meet the man behind the cello, and listen to him perform as he works in a studio with some of L.A.'s finest classical musicians. Then KPCC's Patt Morrison notes the growing rancor between Democrats and Republicans. They both claim to represent the people, but Morrison asks, what do the people really want?

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