KNX InDepth (July 12, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Friday, July 12th
President Trump says a nationwide immigration enforcement operation targeting people who are in the United States illegally will begin Sunday. Governor Newsom is telling people they don't have to let agents inside without a warrant. What rights do immigrants (both legal and illegal) really have in this situation?

Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress, planned for Wednesday, could be delayed one week amid new discussions to allow more time during the hearing for lawmakers to ask questions. What's really happening on Capitol Hill?

People in Big Sur are angry over "overtourism." Many residents have had it with the flood of tourists and the traffic they bring. The popularity of the HBO show “Big Little Lies,” which is set in nearby Monterey, is believed to have rekindled interest in the Central Coast’s most popular spots.

President Trump says Labor Secretary Alex Acosta is stepping down following criticism of his handling of a plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein. Acosta is the latest in a long list of top Trump administration officials to leave. How does this turnover impact the president's agenda?

Tax dollars hard at work as crews finally fix a stubborn pothole in front of the KNX building. Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti even pitched in to help fill in the pothole as he promised he'd do the last time he was on "In Depth." We went down to check out the work.

A real flight simulator is now in a hotel room. Find out where. 
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