AirTalk brings you the latest in DC news after Trump fired national security advisor H.R. McMaster and replaced him with former ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, who has ties to the company at the center of Facebook’s data scandal. We also dive into the limitations of video after Uber released footage of the driverless car crash that killed a pedestrian; review this week’s movie releases on FilmWeek; and more.See full episode >
President Trump said he might veto the sweeping $1.3 trillion spending bill passed early Friday — a move that likely would lead to a government shutdown — because it does nothing to address the fate of young undocumented immigrants and does not fully fund his border wall.
Video of the self-driving Uber car crash that resulted in the death of a pedestrian was released publicly on Wednesday, showing a woman walking her bike across a dark road, the vehicle rider looking down right before the crash.
More than three years after the Los Angeles Police Department rolled out its plan for officers to use body-worn cameras, police commissioners have approved a policy allowing the release of videos from those body cams as well as from patrol car dashboard cams.
California’s faith-based pregnancy centers are challenging a state law in the Supreme Court that requires them to tell patrons about abortion, contraception and prenatal care available at no or low cost from the state.