Five inches of rain have caused a world of pain in Southern California. This comes after the largest wildfire in California's recorded history charred the landscape, meaning the ground cannot absorb the water rolling down the hillsides.
Reporter: Lance Orozco
Democrats are counting on a wave of unhappy voters to help them take back the U.S. House of Representatives in November. The surprise retirement of Congressman Ed Royce might help.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
For Salvadoran communities across California, the Trump administration's announcement that it is ending temporary immigration protection for 200,000 people from El Salvador came as crushing news.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
Republican Assemblyman Wants to Avoid Federal Crackdown on Marijuana
It’s not too surprising that California Democrats are pushing back against a recent move by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that could result in federal prosecutions of legal marijuana businesses in California again. But they're joined by a former police officer-turned-GOP-lawmaker.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Last year, then-Google engineer James Damore wrote a controversial 3,000 word manifesto questioning the benefits of diversity programs and blaming biological differences between men and women for gender inequality in the tech industry. Now, Damore is suing the company alleging it discriminates against conservative white male employees.
Reporter: Tonya Mosley
President Trump's Immigration Comments Could Play Prominent Role in Latest Zarate Case
President Trump made many comments about the 2015 death of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco. And those comments will play a prominent role in a federal case against a repeatedly deported Mexican immigrant.
Reporter: Alex Emslie