Top California Democrats Call on Homeland Security Secretary to Resign
Top Democrats from California are calling on Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to resign. It's part of mounting outrage over President Trump's so-called zero-tolerance immigration policy that's separating children from their parents who cross the border illegally.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
About a dozen members of Congress toured a migrant shelter for children in San Diego Monday and used the event to comment on family separation.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
Ivanka Trump and Kevin McCarthy Visit Fresno
Congressional Democrats weren't the only federal officials in the Golden State yesterday. Ivanka Trump joined Republican Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy for a fundraiser in the Central Valley.
Reporter: Laura Tsutsui
California Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Wants Family Separation to Stop
Even California’s Republican candidate for governor says he does not support separating children from their parents at the U.S. - Mexico border. But he wouldn’t comment on Democratic efforts in Congress to address the issue.
Reporter: Katie Orr
California Religious Leaders Oppose Family Separation
Now, elected officials aren't the only ones weighing in. Evangelicals, who largely supported the president during the 2016 election, are, too.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
A Look Into One of the Immigration "Loopholes" the White House Wants to Close
Doris Meissner served as commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service under presidents Clinton and George W. Bush. In 1997, she signed a consent decree called the Flores agreement to settle a lawsuit about detaining children. She says it's being used by the Trump administration in a way that was never intended.
Guest: Doris Meissner
A surveillance video obtained by KQED shows U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had their emergency lights on as they drove behind two farmworkers early on March 13 in Delano, a short time before the driver and passenger of the fleeing Ford pickup truck were killed in a car crash.
Reporter: Alex Hall