Facebook Under Fire Again for Allowing Companies Access to User Data
Facebook has been in the news again about the security of user data. This time it's for software the social media giant launched a decade ago to get it onto mobile devices. The New York Times first reported that this software allowed outside manufacturers, including Chinese companies, to see certain user data.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Ninth Circuit Federal Court Nominee Approved in Committee
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals based in San Francisco is likely to have a new judge. That's after the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the controversial nomination of Ryan Bounds yesterday. Bounds approval was despite opposition from committee democrats, including California Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris.
Reporter: Peter John Shuler
A lawsuit seeking to stop the Trump administration's practice of separating immigrant children from their detained parents at the border can move forward. That's after a federal judge's ruling this week in San Diego.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala-Romero
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is expanding its capacity to hold detainees. Nearly 1,600 detainees will be sent to federal prisons, 1,000 of them to a prison in Victorville.
Reporter: Meghan McCarty Carino
U.C. Riverside Researchers Say Discovery of New Moons Could Harbor Life
Let's learn now about some really cool science happening at U.C. Riverside. Researchers there have discovered about 120 exoplanets, or planets outside of our solar system, with moons that could potentially be home to alien life. These are rocky, earth sized places that give off signs of having water and other life-necessary compounds.
Guest: Stephen Kane