Gavin Newsom was sworn into office as California's 40th governor Monday, marking the beginning of his tenure with a vividly personal inaugural address that previewed his administration's focus on children and on lifting California families out of poverty.
Guest: Katie Orr
A federal trial is underway in a lawsuit over the Trump Administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon
PG&E Considers Bankruptcy in the Face of Wildfire Lawsuits
PG&E just had its credit rating cut to junk status by Standard & Poors. The utility's shares are in free fall for the second day in a row. They're down well over 10 percent. As we told you yesterday, wildfire liabilities have PG&E considering bankruptcy, sources tell Reuters News.
Guest: Liana Baker
After almost entirely burning to the ground in November's Camp Fire, the town of Paradise is trying to accelerate repopulation — but there are potential health concerns about people moving back into a burn area.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson