Following a tense day of congressional hearings in Washington, D.C., with former President Trump attorney Michael Cohen, we look at some of the questions posed by California's freshman lawmakers. Plus, the latest Hollywood news. And, we revisit the history of the Citadal outlet mall.
Michael Cohen hearing
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We recap some of the testimony of President Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen before the House Oversight Committee. Chances are you've heard some of it. It was a long - and at times tense - grilling of Mr. Cohen. Among those questioning him were two freshmen lawmakers from Southern California - Representatives Harley Rouda and Katie Hill.
- Carla Marinucci, senior editor for Politico's California Playbook
- Jack Pitney, Roy P Crocker professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College
On the Lot
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Now for a breather from the Michael Cohen hearing in Washington and a day that's been filled with political analysis. Going to the movies, Bohemian Rhapsody gets a surprise release in China. Plus, Emma Thompson pens a letter defending her decision to walk away from a project led by John Lasseter.
- Rebecca Keegan, The Hollywood Reporter
Citadel outlet mall
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L.A.'s only outlet mall - also known as the Citadel - might be getting an expansion. Now, it's still in the environmental review process, but if it moves forward it would expand the Citadel to 44 acres and include new retail buildings, hotels and a MONORAIL system to link it all together. So in honor of the potential expansion, we're revisiting the history of this regal structure which sits in a peculiar place, nine miles southeast of Downtown.