The Trump administration went after California lawmakers on their home turf yesterday when U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave a speech just blocks from the state Capitol. Sessions spoke to a law enforcement group about why he’s suing California over several state immigration laws. Now, he's facing backlash from several groups across California.
Reporters: Katie Orr, Scott Shafer, Alex Hall and Marisa Lagos
San Francisco is arguing in federal court that two of its police officers didn't have time to consider alternatives that may have avoided fatally shooting a mentally ill man in 2010. Now the man's father is suing the city.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
Authors of Uber, Lyft Wage Study Retract Initial Results
Many of us were shocked to learn from a recent MIT study that Uber and Lyft drivers make about $4.00 an hour on average. Now the authors of that study are backtracking. They say it could be more like $8.00 dollars an hour. But for these researchers, the real numbers are hard to nail down.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
Dreamer Financial Aid Applications Up
State financial aid officials say the final application numbers from undocumented students are up. The figures were lagging until recently.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano
There is no shortage of women who draw and paint, but as in so many other industries, women artists struggle to get anything close to a proportional share of the paid work. Which may explain the growing number of digital databases designed to help editors in the market for art pick from a more diverse field of candidates.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow