Immigration Advocates Bring Supplies to California Border
At the San Ysidro Port of Entry, between San Diego and Tijuana, there are about 200 migrants from Central America waiting for a chance to apply for asylum in the United States. As they wait, advocates say they are without food and water as well as basic necessities, and they are calling on people to come and help.
Guest: Wendy Batterson
The results of the official autopsy on Stephon Clark contradict some of the findings of a forensic pathologist hired by the family of the unarmed black man, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police on March 18.
Reporter: Julie Small
The national E. coli outbreak traced to romaine lettuce has turned deadly, right here in California.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon
Leader of California College Republicans Says She, Peers Feel Attacked
The California College Republicans had their leadership election last month and Ariana Rowlands of U.C. Irvine was elected chairwoman. Rowlands is flamboyant, outspoken and an ally of conservative provacateur Milo Yiannopoulos.
Guest: Ariana Rowlands
Proposed Internet Privacy Ballot Moves Forward
Backers of a ballot measure aimed at giving consumers more control over how large companies like Facebook use their personal data say they have more than enough signatures to put the initiative on the November ballot.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Building community, connecting people and bringing the world together. Facebook is leaning heavily on this kind of language, as it becomes increasingly scrutinized for how it handles and monetizes personal data.
Reporter: Sam Harnett