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  • President Trump is expected to sign an executive order today that calls on the government to 'buy American, hire American' whenever possible - we debate the pros & cons and its impact on the H-1B visa program. We'll also take a look at a new bill attempting to reform California's bail system; whether baseball is too boring; and more.
  • Several organizations are offering free H1N1 "swine flu" vaccination clinics this month. The vaccine is being limited to certain higher-risk groups. Below is a listing of some of the upcoming clinics in Orange and San Bernardino counties.
  • Post-election poll paints a picture of California voters. The LA car show abuzz about electric cars. TGI-Filmweek! Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows (Part 1), The Next Three Days, Made In Dagenham, and others. is getting into the movie business.
  • Within hours of the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, dozens of news networks were reporting erroneous information, but why? What can be done to minimize inaccurate reports following breaking news? And, with Susan Rice bowing out of the running for Secretary of State, who will succeed Hillary Clinton? Plus, what do you really need to know about the fiscal cliff? All that and more in today's AirTalk.
  • One money manager has set Wall Street's financial blues to music — country music. "H-E-D-G-E" is the name of a new song about a hedge fund. The country crooner, whose real name is Jon Shayne, sings under the name Merle Hazard. His song has been watched 30,000 times on
  • Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Claudia Puig of USA Today, Andy Klein and animation historian Charles Solomon review The Descendants, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, Happy Feet Two and Tyrannosaur.
  • The two main hospital systems in Charlotte, N.C., have banned anyone younger than 18 from visiting patients. Administrators concerned about the spread of swine flu are worried that kids are primary carriers.
  • H.L. Mencken was a columnist, author, editor and linguist. A recently opened large cache of his private papers provides new insight into the life and thoughts of the influential literary journalist. Tom Vitale reports.
  • Most doctors fully support the H1N1 vaccine, but there are a few who won't back it. Because patients trust their doctors the most for medical decisions, the FDA is trying to assure these doctors of the vaccine's safety.
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