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A federal grand jury has indicted PG&E on 16 new counts in connection with the San Bruno pipeline explosion in 2010, including a charge of obstructing justice.
Here & Now
Today at 11:00am
As California's drought continues, farmers in the Central Valley are getting squeezed. The show checks out the view from the farm.
Today at 10:00am
Consumer crusader and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader talks about his new book "Unstoppable." He writes that the left and the right have more in common than meets the eye: specifically, growing mistrust of corporate power.
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