An undocumented immigrant father and son, separated by immigration agents at the Mexican border in late May, are finally back together. About 3,000 children have been separated from their families under President Trump’s zero tolerance policy on unauthorized border-crossers. Meanwhile, some of those separated children are being taught U.S. civics in detention facilities.
Reporter: Sharon McNary
San Diego Family Reunification Hearing Today
Overseeing the reunification is federal judge Dana Sabraw. He has ordered a representative from U.S. Health and Human Services to appear today. This comes after the agency filed court documents Friday saying Sabraw's rulings to speed up reunification could endanger migrant children.
Guest: Lee Gelernt
The Trump administration’s policies on travel and immigration have reignited interest in the mass incarceration of Japanese-Americans by the Roosevelt administration’s Executive Order 9066. Which makes a certain one-man play, that just opened in Palo Alto, particularly resonant.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
California Democratic leaders endorsed state Sen. Kevin de León at their executive board meeting, snubbing 26-year incumbent Dianne Feinstein.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
California Looks to Crack Down on Glider Trucks
California is calling on the Trump administration to limit the production of certain big rigs with older, high-polluting diesel engines.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
The Arcata City Council, in Humboldt County, took up the issue of whether or not to remove the controversial statue of President William McKinley from their town square.
Reporter: Natalya Estrada