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Fact-Checking Claims About COVID-19 Testing For Migrants At The Southern Border

Republican lawmakers have claimed a large percentage of migrants at crowded southern border facilities are testing positive for COVID-19. PolitiFact California examined that and other claims in this week’s Can You Handle The Truth segment.

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April 14, 2021

Bert Johnson

Last Summer, Nevada Lawmakers Promised More Criminal Justice Reform. Here Are Some Of The Bills They’re Considering

Following a special legislative session dealing with police reform, legislators promised they weren’t done. Here are some of the bills they’re considering in the 2021 regular session.

Florian Thoss


April 14, 2021

New Classical Tracks: Pat Metheny Enters The World Of Classical Guitar

Jazz guitarist and composer Pat Metheny learned guitar the informal way, by ear, but he worked with classically trained musicians on his new album, 'Road to the Sun.'

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April 13, 2021

Ed Fletcher

New Meets Old As Sacramento History Museum Gains Social Media Fame

The Sacramento History Museum has become a surprise hit on TikTok, bringing their historical printing presses to a modern audience.

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Newsom Recall Organizers Oppose Bill To Let Future Recall Targets Access Signature Lists

SB 663 would allow the target of a recall to access names and addresses of voters who signed a petition to recall them. The bill author says it would help ensure voters were not misled, but others say it would inflate fears of retaliation.

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How The U.S. Could Halve Climate Emissions By 2030

April 16, 2021

Environmental groups and business leaders are pushing President Biden to cut U.S. emissions 50 percent by 2030. The question is: what kind of climate policies will work that fast?