Swelling Sea Lion Populations Make Trouble for Californians

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Photo: Sea lion in Newport Beach, Calif. | Credit: tracie7779/Flickr/Creative Commons License

Southern California sea lion populations have increased dramatically, becoming a nuisance because of their noise, smell and tendency to take over a location. Californians are having a difficult time finding a solution that works for both man and animal. Plus, Madeleine Brand talks with media reporter Brian Stetler of The New York Times on the changing media landscape and whether Americans have an appetite for foreign news. And Val talks to L.A. Weekly editor Jill Stewart about the possible sale of the Los Angeles Times.