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The city of Los Angeles is suing Wells Fargo Bank for allegedly fostering a culture where employees frequently opened bogus customer accounts. Also, a poll of emergency room doctors, released Monday, finds that visits to the ER have increased since the Affordable Care Act came into effect. Then, should full liquor licenses be more accessible for restaurant and bar proprietors in California?
Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson and former Governor Mike Huckabee are throwing their hats into the Republican presidential race. Also, we recap the big weekend in sports. Then, author and journalist Sam Quinones discusses big pharmaceutical companies' role in staggering Heroin-related deaths in the U.S.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced this morning that the 25-year-old’s death in police custody was a homicide, and that six Baltimore officers would be charged criminally. What are the next steps for the prosecution in the investigation into Freddie Gray’s death? Also, the new documentary "Misery Loves Comedy," explores the oft-debated idea that comics are depressives who have led unhappy lives. Then, it's T-G-I-Filmweek!
Baltimore police announced they've turned over the results of their investigation into Freddie Gray's death to the local prosecutor. Also, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) will announce his plans to run for president. Then, the Raise the Wage campaign, including business leaders and workers, will deliver 100,000 petition signatures to LA City Council calling for a $15.25 minimum wage and paid sick days.
The violence of Monday night in Baltimore gave way to a quieter night last evening. Also, last night Santa Monica’s city council discussed an ordinance that would severely restrict short term rental activity. Then, a spate of incidents involving other players during the 2014 NFL and college football seasons that call into question how potential NFL players’ character is evaluated.
The nation’s high court finds itself again having to determine the legality of gay marriage two years after the striking down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act. Also, Baltimore is bracing for the possibility of more violence and cleaning up after yesterday's unrest. Then, President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have reached an agreement on new defense guidelines.