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  • ?Testing the Limits? It?s a conflict with no resolution in sight. On one side, scientists who experiment on animals for the good of humans. On the other side, animal rights activists who believe that no animal should ever be harmed, no matter what the reason. But how far can activists go before their right to free speech threatens the scientists and their work? ?Battle of the Boulevard? Where...

  • "Bright Lights, Big City" a new study shows that bright lights at night may actually make our air worse. "Show Me the Money: Parks Update" further investigates LA Parks commission plan to sell what many consider "advertising" in public parks. "Tomato Futures" a report on a sate-of-the-art greenhouse farming operation that grows pesticide-free tomatoes in liquids. "LA River/Departures" is an...

  • "Money Rocks": Will the US challenge China in mining essential rare earth minerals which are necessary for all sorts of modern appliances, including cell phones. The only mine in the United States reopens in California. "Road Ready": Is the electric car comeback for real this time? Commentary by Aaron Robinson of "Car & Driver Magazine".



  • "Hungry for Education" Reporter Lisa Napoli profiles college students who struggle to feed themselves while paying for their education. "Second Helping" From banquet halls T movie sets in Southern California, perfectly good food ends in landfills. Val Zavala introduces you to people who have found ways to waste less food and feed more people.



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