In Depth: School hacks

Maya Levine with Check Point cybersecurity and Jay Gehringer, retired North Hollywood High School Computer teacher join Hal to talk about the impact that hackers have had on learning from home.

In Depth: Special ed, Workers rights, AB 5

Hal speaks with Cindy Evans, special education teacher for the Marin county school district about Marin County's special education classes which have been re-started in person in small, socially distanced groups.

In Depth: Special ed, Workers rights, AB 5

Hal speaks with Cindy Evans, special education teacher for the Marin county school district about Marin County's special education classes which have been re-started in person in small, socially distanced groups.

In Depth: Food Insecurity, Special Ed , Mars Rover

Hal talks to Christine Tran of the Los Angeles Food Policy Council. She says that as may as two million people in Los Angeles suffered from food insecurity before the pandemic, and while that number has certainly grown, they're unable to tell exactly how many people are now unsure of their ability to get food.

In Depth: Evictions, Red Cross, Theaters

Gary Painter of the USC Price school of public policy joins us to talk about the growing threat of an eviction crisis as eviction moratoriums expire, but many renters still are unemployed, not fully employed or recovering from illnesses.

COVID-19 vaccine and LAPD reform

Dr. Matthew Waxman talks to us about why the Moderna vaccine that is currently in human trials is unique. He says the vaccine works by using the genetic code of the virus to teach our own bodies to make a little piece of the virus protein.

Lucy Jones discuses earthquakes

Dr. Lucy Jones and John Bwarie, the Deputy Director of the Lucy Jones Center for Science and Society have launched a new podcast this month.