U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, from East San Diego county, is fighting back against allegations of campaign misspending. KPBS Reporter Matt Hoffman spoke with Hunter on Wednesday, who along with his wife is accused of using more than $250,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses and then trying to cover it up.
Reporter: Matt Hoffman
One of Republicans' key strategies for retaining control of Congress is attacking House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. She has also been fending off criticism from within her own party as Democratic candidates battle to turn red districts across the nation blue. But the San Francisco Democrat doesn't seem too concerned about calls for a new Democratic leader in the House. KQED's Marisa Lagos had an exclusive sit down with Pelosi.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Congressman Adam Schiff Says Mueller Probe Convictions Mean It's Time to Consider Impeachment
Burbank Congressman Adam Schiff has been concerned about the investigation into Russian interference. Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has been convicted. President Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, has pleaded guilty to charges. Both investigations stemmed from the Special Counsel investigation.
Guest: Adam Schiff
As the blazes we now know as the Mendocino Complex Fire roared to life last month, Santa Clara County firefighters sent to the scene found themselves facing an unexpected obstacle: Verizon, their internet service provider, imposed a drastic limit on data speeds to and from their crucial mobile command center.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
An investigation by the Center for Public Integrity found numerous lawsuits by women who allege that invasive body cavity searches went far beyond what the law allows.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
President Trump Attends Naturalization Ceremony in Central Valley
President Trump addressed a group of newly naturalized citizens at a ceremony in the Central Valley on Tuesday. We hear from some of those people about what it means to become new citizens and new voters.
Reporter: Alex Hall