Facebook says it plans to start using some old-fashioned technology, post cards, to help prevent foreign meddling in upcoming U.S. elections.
Reporter: Alyssa Jeong Perry
Proposed Cuts to Food Stamps Could Send More Californians Into Poverty
More than four million Californians receive food stamps, over half of them children. Now advocates are worried proposed federal budget cuts to the program may push more people into poverty.
Reporter: Katie Orr
California Insurance Companies Targeted for Possibly Denying Coverage to Gay Men
California regulators are launching an investigation into life insurance companies for allegedly denying policies to gay men because they were taking HIV prevention drugs.
Reporter: April Dembosky
Supporters of Bail Reform to Rally Outside Several California Courthouses
Advocates plan to hold rallies outside courthouses in nine California counties tomorrow. They're calling for an end to the money bail system in our state. Sacramento lawmakers have introduced legislation to revamp this system, that they say punishes the poor and allows people with money to post bail. We find out where things stand with bail reform now, including some legal developments in the courts.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos