The U.S. Treasury Department, already working with GM on bankruptcy plans, has now directed Chrysler to prepare a filing by next week. Both automakers are currently being kept afloat with government backing as the Obama administration struggles to redesign the American car model. Ford, the only Detroit hold-out, narrowly beat its forecast this last quarter despite lower sales. Meanwhile, the threat of a government takeover of the auto industry has some pension experts warning of lowered benefits for retired workers. We'll get the latest from Detroit.
What comes next for President Obama's immigration plan; analysts debate the utility of the #NoBillNoBreak sit-in; Plus, it seems for every major gun violence tragedy, a new gun control group is formed, making that side's fight against a seemingly monolithic-NRA all the more challenging - we'll hear from several gun control groups about why they resist consolidating.
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer is going after four landlords for illegally renting their apartment units as short-term rentals - a look at both sides. Then Paso Robles' Justin Winery is in trouble after cutting down hundreds of old oak trees on its property to make room for more vineyards - can they rehab their rep? Plus, 60 percent of kids between the ages of 3 and 8 have had imaginary friends - two psychologists explain the latest research behind the phenomenon
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