Apple and Qualcomm Reach Settlement Over Chip Lawsuit

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ACLU Lawsuit

The American Civil Liberties Union will sue to stop a decision by the U.S attorney general that allows for the indefinite detention of people seeking asylum in the United States.
Reporter: Julie Small KQED

Judge Orders Trump Administration to Speed Identification of Separated Migrant Children

The same federal judge in San Diego who ordered the Trump administration to reunify 2,800 migrant families last year is now ordering the government to speed up its efforts to identify the children. The order comes after a government watchdog revealed thousands more separations had previously taken place at the border.

L.A. City Council Gives Thumbs-Down on SB50

A California bill that would pave the way for more housing development near public transportation got a resounding "no" from L.A.'s City Council on Tuesday.
Reporter: Anna Scott KCRW

Senior Home Allegedly Not Meeting ADA Requirements

A company running dozens of assisted living homes across California is at the center of a federal lawsuit, alleging misconduct and violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley KQED

Devin Nunes and '#YachtCocaineProstitutes' Boat Owner Still 'Good Friends'

You’ve probably forgotten a scandal from a couple of years ago involving a yacht and a Napa Valley winery of which GOP Congressman Devin Nunes is an investor. Well, Nunes filed a lawsuit last week that has yanked the story back into the headlines.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman KQED

Apple and Qualcomm Reach Settlement Over Chip Lawsuit

San Diego-based wireless company Qualcomm won a major victory in settling its wide-ranging legal dispute with Apple, signing a six-year patent license deal and a supply agreement. The settlement could also pave the way to getting the Qualcomm modem chips back in the iPhone, which featured only Intel Corp chips last year.
Reporter: Erik Anderson KPBS

Shadow Workforce: Unequal Treatment

What color badge do you wear at work? The answer means a lot in Silicon Valley. Contract workers at many companies, including Google, Apple, and Salesforce, get different colored badges. They can limit where contractors can go on campus, what parties or trips they can attend, and they tell everyone that the worker is not full-time. Not exactly a badge of honor.
The worker we hear from today tells us about the separate and unequal treatment he experiences at a tech company in Silicon Valley.
Reporter: Sam Harnett KQED

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