Los Angeles based biotech billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong has bought the L.A. Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune. The L.A. Times had been owned by Chicago-based media company TRONC.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Two new polls confirm that Republican members of Congress from California could face stiff challenges in getting re-elected.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
What happens when a new technology that can fight climate change and clean up the air also eliminates jobs? And not just any jobs, but some of the last truly good-paying blue collar jobs in Southern California: longshoremen at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Reporter: Emily Guerin
Pediatricians Say Immigration Deadlock Keeping Patients Away
Pediatricians across California are calling on Congress to create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children – Dreamers. Doctors say some patients are skipping appointments, because they’re afraid of being deported.
Reporter: April Dembosky
California has been dealing with its largest Hepatitis A outbreak since the vaccine came out more than twenty years ago. Monterey County is now the latest to declare an outbreak among it's homeless population.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
Former Google And Facebook Insiders Push Back Against The Platforms They Helped Build
Lawmakers, technologists and health experts are meeting today in Washington, DC as part of a media literacy conference to talk about the effects of technology on children’s health. Among the speakers Roger MacNamee, an early Facebook investor. He and several former employees of Google and Facebook, have created the Center for Humane Technologies, a watchdog group to challenge the companies they helped build.