KNX InDepth (August 14, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, August 14th
The Dow took a nose drive---more than 800 points.

Investors around the world are on edge today............and we all should be too:  there are warning signs galore of global economic troubles, from political unrest in Hong Kong to Brexit to the Trump trade wars.  And for the first time in a long time, there are fears of an impending recession; which could stop one of the longest American economic expansions in modern history.

We will go In Depth on all of those economic jitters.

Get ready to smile into the camera and say "cheese!" before you board your next flight at the airport:  the use of facial recognition cameras is quickly expanding.  Airline officials say this will speed along TSA lines and boarding..........privacy advocates aren't so sure.........so we will go In Depth.

California high school students could soon be required to complete an ethnic studies course in order to graduate........but putting together an ethnic studies curriculum that doesn't anger various ethnic groups is proving to be a very tricky and delicate process...........so we'll go In Depth.

A new law in the state of New York opens up the possibility of victims of decades-old sexual abuse to file lawsuits against the perpetrators, pushing aside the statute of limitations---and thousands of cases could soon be filed.  Could something similar happen here in California?

And if you've ever felt powerless to stop eating, even if you're trying to lose weight, a new clinical trial is underway that could help you...........but first you have to be willing to have a computer chip implanted in your brain.
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