KNX InDepth (May 22, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, May 22nd
It was a weird morning at the White House.

What started out as a meeting between Congressional Democratic leaders and President Trump to talk about sweeping infrastructure legislation turned into a hastily called news conference by the President. And as Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi were hustled out of the White House, the President went before reporters to complain about Congressional investigations into his administration.

So we will go In Depth on escalating tensions between the President and Congress.

Speaking of Nancy Pelosi, the House Speaker said she believes President Trump is engaged in a cover up of his past behavior. We will talk with a former White House counsel who served during the Watergate era, and knows a thing or two about cover-ups.

The DMV says it has a way for 3 million Californians who were issued possibly faulty Real ID drivers license to fix the problem, WITHOUT having to trudge back into a DMV office. And we'll ask what's in store for the millions of other people who still need to get an updated Real ID license.

If you hail an Uber today, there's a decent chance that the car you're driving in is subject to a safety recall that's gone unaddressed. We'll go in depth on some concerning new findings from Consumer Reports.

And is teaching cursive to young students outdated? LAUSD's school board doesn't think so, as it promises to keep cursive handwriting lessons in its curriculum.