San Jose Diocese Names 15 Priests Accused of Child Sexual Abuse, But Critics Say the List Falls Short
The San Jose Diocese released the names of 15 clergy who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing children.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
President Trump is demanding that Mexico stop a mass exodus of Hondurans, a caravan of more than 2,000 migrants, as they try to reach the U.S. Human rights activists say Trump’s demand is endangering lives. Some of the migrants are headed for the California-Mexico border.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
Guest: Emily Green
President Trump Has Threatened to Close the Border -- How Would That Happen?
President Trump tweeted yesterday that he would close down the border and send in the military to stop the migrant caravan from entering the U.S. That has never happened in the modern era.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
Boy Scouts of America Won't Have to Disclose Sex Misconduct Records
A San Benito County judge issued a ruling in a case involving alleged sexual misconduct and the Boy Scouts. The organization won't have to disclose records some wanted made public.
Reporter: Hope McKenney
Cox Goads Newsom on Marital Affairs But Is Silent About His Own
Throughout his campaign for governor, Republican John Cox and his allies have criticized Democratic opponents for affairs they had while in office, condemning their behavior as potentially attracting harmful exposure. He’s said voters should “judge someone based upon what they’ve done in the past.” But Cox has also faced accusations of marital infidelity, KQED and KPCC have learned.
Reporters: John Sepulvado and Annie Gilbertson