95 Days and Counting
Today is the 95th day of the Trump administration. We will take a look.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has threatened that if Mexico refuses to pay for the wall, the tax returns and records of Mexican-Americans and those with "Spanish-sounding" surnames could be accessed and those Americans targeted for harrassment.
The White House just announced its intention to sign an executive order requiring the Dept of the Interior to review the feasibility of removing some of the Obama-era protections and possibly sell more national monuments and federal land.
Flint, Michigan's water troubles continue. Three years later there is still no viable solution.
In Milwaukee, prosecutors are conducting an inquest to determine whether charges should be filed in the in-custody death of Terrill Thomas, a mentally ill man who was held in solitary for 8 days without water -- before his death by "profound dehydration".
In Grand Rapids, five innocent black teens were held at gunpoint by police officers. The unarmed boys weren't considered suspects but were handcuffed and placed in the squad cars. Their terrified parents were told that "no one was hurt" and "no harm done".The Mayor and police chief have apologized. Questions remain.
Miami's Chay Reed is the ninth trans woman murdered this year.
Tues, April 25, 6pm PST