Family Reunification Status Report: Hundreds Reunited, Still More to Go
More than 300 children taken from their parents at the Mexico border have been reunited with them this week. That’s according to a progress report for a federal judge in San Diego who ordered the government to return all 2,551 children who'd been separated from their families.
Reporter: Julie Small
Central Valley Congressman Accuses Fresno Bee of 'Fake News'
In June, congressman Devin Nunes blasted the Fresno Bee, calling its coverage of a story involving a winery -- in which he is an investor -- "fake news." The editor of the Bee says, as a member of Congress, everything Nunes does in his job is open for scrutiny.
Guest: Joe Kieta
Covered California Rate Hike Coming Up
Californians who buy their own health insurance will see their premiums go up an average of almost 9 percent next year.
Reporter: April Dembosky
Bill Looks to Bring Some Relief to Low-Income Renters
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris is authoring legislation that could let as many as 3 million low-income renters in California claim a tax credit.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
DeVos' Rollback of On-Campus Sexual Assault Investigations in San Francisco Court
Attorneys for victims and women's rights groups say federal guidelines put in place last fall for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate Title IX, which bans gender discrimination in education. The guidelines require a higher standard of proof and strengthen the rights of the accused.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon
Senate Rebukes President Trump's Consideration to Let Russia Question U.S. Officials
The U.S. Senate voted to oppose a proposal to send U.S. officials to Russia for questioning . This came to a head at President Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, where the president said he thought it was an "incredible offer" to allow Russians to question certain U.S. officials, including former Stanford professor and U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul.
Guest: Michael McFaul
Airbnb, Other Silicon Valley Tech CEOs Wrestle with Founding Principles and Big Money
Despite being a company that works out ways for people to rent out their homes short term, Airbnb is often thought of as a tech company and, like so many, it’s come under criticism by progressives. KQED's Sam Harnett sat down with Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky for a frank conversation about the company's political ideology.
Guest: Brian Chesky