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Donald Trump's 'make America work again' plan, how Twitter is handling abuse, why Covered California premiums are going up

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Analyzing Trump's "make America work again" plan, how Twitter has responded to bullying and abuse, why Covered California premiums are more than tripling.

If the Republican presidential nominee hopes to win over undecided conservatives, the Cleveland Convention may be his best and last chance.
Yesterday, the state health insurance exchange known as Covered California released its proposed premiums for next year and they're going up.
Many were shocked when actor Leslie Jones, began re-posting a spate of vicious and abusive tweets she received because of her turn in the new Ghostbusters.
Buzzfeed video is at the center of dozens of plagiarism claims. But how do you define 'plagiarism' in the digital age where many ideas are shared?
Every week we take a deep dive into the world of sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky, who have covered the sports scene for ESPN and the L.A. Times.
Local Olympian Kim Rhode is a five-time medal winner, thanks to her skills in skeet and double trap shooting. But her sport has also led to some unwelcome attention.
An avid cyclist and KPCC listener wants to know how cycling in polluted air might impact his health. An expert weighs in.
The convention is more than politics: flamboyant hats, buttons and outfits are all taking center stage, too.
81 year old writer, producer and director Garry Marshall has died. He passed away yesterday at a hospital in Burbank. He died of complications from pneumonia following a stroke.
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