Tesla CEO Elon Musk smoked marijuana in a video posted to YouTube on Thursday. And at the market's open Friday, the company's stock fell. The tumble also came as the company announced the resignation of its chief accountant after only a month on the job.
Guest: April Glaser
Tech Companies Struggling to Communicate with Federal Government Over Election Security
Top social media executives testified on Capitol Hill this week. Senate members asked how Twitter and Facebook are protecting their platforms from foreign actors as we approach the midterm elections -- just two months away now. But tech companies have a pretty big problem they can't solve themselves: there's really no one to work with in the government.
Guest: Sarah Frier
The shocking investigation into clergy abuse in Pennsylvania has led states and dioceses around the country to once again confront the extent of sex abuse in their own ranks. In California, the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego has confirmed that it is conducting an internal file review going back more than 50 years.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is defending a new law reforming California's bail system.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Attorneys to Ask Judge to Scrutinize New Child Immigration Detention Guidelines
Attorneys for immigrant children taken into federal custody plan to ask a court today to scrutinize a new Trump administration proposal that would change national standards for detaining migrant kids.
Reporter: Julie Small
$845 Million in Fire Insurance Claims
In the less populated, rural counties hit by the Carr and Mendocino-Complex wildfires , we are approaching close to a billion dollars worth of insurance losses this year. $845 million to be exact.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis