KNX InDepth (September 10, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Tuesday, September 10th
President Trump fired.........or he resigned, depending on who you believe..........his national security advisor John Bolton, a foreign policy hawk who seemed an odd fit on the Trump team from the start.  After months worth of reports of deep disagreements between the President and Bolton, the infamous mustache has been shaved from the White House.  Bolton is the fourth national security advisor for Trump..........we'll go In Depth on what's next for the president's seemingly chaotic national security team.

California's college athletes could very soon find themselves eligible to earn some compensation for their images and endorsement, thanks to a bill that's heading to Governor Newsom's desk.  But it could completely upend college sports in the state and keep California universities out of national championships.

And the ban on suspending students for being disruptive or "talking back" to teachers has just been expanded through the middle school grades..........is taking away a major form of punishment the right message to send?

George Takei breaks new ground..........that's what he's done throughout his long career.  He was one of the first prominent Asian Americans to be a regular on TV and in the movies with his storied role of Mr. Sulu on "Star Trek."  He came out as a gay man back in 2005 and a few years later, he and his husband became the first same-sex couple to apply for a marriage license in West Hollywood.

And even at 82-years-old, Takei isn't done breaking ground: his new book, "They Called Us Enemy" tells the story of his time in the Japanese internment camps during World War II in an entirely unique way, as a graphic novel.

From Star Trek to a one-man force of political activism, George Takei comes in studio to go In Depth.
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