With its red flag law, San Diego reins in firearms
was working in finance and contracts when the Sandy Hook shooting changed the course of her career. She became the San Diego City Attorney, and pushed through the city's red flag law, which keep guns out of the hands of people who show the potential for violence.
The rise of tainted pork, and why big agriculture is blocking farm inspections
A recent government study found that up to 70% of pork chops in supermarkets can contain drug-resistant bacteria. We look at tainted pork, and how big agriculture tries to keep scientists from studying salmonella on farms. Also, have we reached peak plant-based meat?
Can LA be the next Napa Valley?
LA was California's main wine producer in the 19th Century. But it was wiped off the winemakers map due to Prohibition, crop disease, and a population boom. Now Angeleno Wine Company, a downtown LA winery that opened in July, is trying to revive the city’s wine-making roots. The co-owners pick the grapes from within LA County, and bottle the wine by hand.
New Trump rule: people using public assistance can't become citizens
A new Trump administration rule says legal immigrants must forgo all public programs like food stamps and Medicaid if they want to become U.S. citizens. We look at how the rule would affect California.
What does Jeffrey Epstein's death say about U.S. prisons?
Accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein apparently killed himself over the weekend. He was in the secure housing unit in a Manhattan jail. His death raises questions about the condition of prisons and jails in America.