Harvey Weinstein has been arrested by New York City police on charges of rape and a criminal sex act. We examine the case and its implications on investigations in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and London. We also debate how to spend the $800-million VW settlement in California; review this weeks films on FilmWeek; and more.See full episode >
Flinching when he heard himself described as a man who used power to prey on women, Harvey Weinstein was arraigned Friday on charges of rape and a criminal sex act in the first criminal prosecution to result from the wave of allegations against him that sparked a national reckoning over sexual misconduct.
President Donald Trump declares he is "waiting" to see if North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will again "engage in constructive dialogue." Trump opened the door for diplomacy Thursday just hours after he canceled a summit with Kim scheduled for next month in Singapore.
Los Angeles officials have started debating how to regulate the influx of scooter and bike-sharing companies that have popped up throughout the city, garnering praise for solving the “last mile” problem, as well as annoyance and safety concerns from residents.
The homeless problem has reached crisis level in the state. A number of mayors across the state is banding together to asking the Brown administration for $1.5 billion to tackle homelessness in their cities.
The ACLU released an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Tuesday, demanding Amazon to “stop powering a government surveillance infrastructure that poses a grave threat to customers and communities across the country.”
NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field.
Nearly a month ago, Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a shelter crisis in Los Angeles, and said the city will ease restrictions on the building of new homeless shelters and launch a $20 million effort to create housing around the city.
Philip Roth, the prize-winning novelist and fearless narrator of sex, death, assimilation and fate, from the comic madness of "Portnoy's Complaint" to the elegiac lyricism of "American Pastoral," died Tuesday night at age 85.
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The homeless problem has reached crisis level in the state. Mayors across the state are banding together to ask the Brown administration for $1.5 billion to tackle homelessness in their cities. We also evaluate US strategy towards North Korea; analyze the role of law enforcement using Amazon’s facial recognition system; and more.