Less Than Half The Children Separated at Border Returned to Families as Deadline Approaches
The U.S. government says it has reunified fewer than half of the children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. Authorities must meet a Thursday deadline to return more than 2,500 migrant children to their families. U.S District Judge Dana Sabraw issued a restraining order last week to stop the deportation of the children's parents, but government attorneys are expected to argue that deportations should resume.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
UC President Janet Napolitano Discusses Border Crisis, Part 2
Janet Napolitano heads the University of California system these days, but under President Obama she was secretary of Homeland Security. Before that, she was the governor of a border state. Host John Sepulvado spoke with Napolitano from her office last week. In Part 2 of their conversation, Napolitano discussed her time with the Obama administration.
Guest: Janet Napolitano
Protesters Gather as Secretary of State Visits Stanford Campus
A group of demonstrators gathered at Stanford University on Monday to protest a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis. The Trump administration officials are at the Hoover Institution for private meetings with Australian officials. More demonstrators are expected Tuesday.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
Two California Democrats will be facing off for a top leadership position in the House of Representatives. Oakland congresswoman Barbara Lee announced she's running for House Democratic Caucus chair against Los Angeles Democrat Linda Sanchez.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
High Temperatures May Increase Risk of Suicide
The warming climate may have a sneaky effect on mental health. Researchers at two Bay Area universities say hotter temperatures raise the risk of suicide.
Reporter: Molly Peterson
Badwater 135 Ultramarathon Kicks Off in Death Valley
Yesterday, the punishing Badwater 135 Ultramarathon began in Death Valley. One of this year's runners is 57-year-old Shannon Farar-Griefer, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006. KQED's Polly Stryker spoke with Farar-Griefer about what drives her to race.
Guest: Shannon Farar-Griefer
Researchers at UC San Diego are recruiting people for a study to determine how much pot makes a person too high to drive.
Reporter: Amel Ahmed