California Congressman Adam Schiff says Facebook should testify before Congress again after reports that a voter profiling company harvested data from around 50 million of the social media platform's users.
Los Angeles Barred from Enforcing Most Gang Injunctions
Late last week a federal court ordered the city of Los Angles to do away with gang injunctions for around 1,500 people. Injunctions work like restraining orders, barring people suspected of gang ties from going into certain neighborhoods or socializing with known gang members. Opponents of these restraining orders hope this move could mean the end of the controversial practice.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas
This week will be a major test for Orange County’s ambitious attempt to move some 700 homeless people from encampments along the Santa Ana Riverbed into motels, temporarily, and then into more permanent shelter. In the coming days, most will reach the end of their 30-day motel stays guaranteed by the county in a settlement.
Reporter: Jill Replogle
For decades people have come to California to take a chance and find their fortune. They dreamed of streams full of gold and of wealth and success just around the corner. And California is still a place where people come to take risks. As part of our statewide collaboration looking at the California Dream we find out how the state’s culture of risk-taking contributes to its growing economy.
Reporter: David Wagner
1930s Hollywood Starlet Sues FX Network Over Misappropriation
Olivia de Havilland is one of the queens of the silver screen…famous to many for her role as the gentle character Melanie in "Gone with the Wind." The actress, now 101 years old, is embroiled in a lawsuit around Catherine Zeta Jones’ portrayal of her in the FX Television series "Feud: Bette and Joan." It has brought to the fore a law called the Right to Publicity. Oral arguments in the case take place tomorrow.
Guest: Jennifer Rothman
Southern California Bigfoot Lawsuit Vacated
A lawsuit alleging misconduct on the part of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the State Natural Resources agency has been dismissed by a San Bernardino court.