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Photo: Immigrant supporters protest during the Los Angeles City Council ad hoc committee on immigration meeting to discuss the city's response to threats by the Trump administration to cut funding from Los Angeles and other jurisdictions which federal officials say are providing sanctuary to illegal immigrants arrested for crimes, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 30, 2017. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

California cities take Trump to court over sanctuary policies 11 MIN, 50 SEC

San Francisco and Santa Clara have filed suit to block President Trump’s executive order to withdraw federal funding from cities that don’t cooperate with federal immigration officials. A hearing is set for Friday.

Guests:
Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle (@egelko)

More:
Cities say Trump’s sanctuary policy is unconstitutional

New bill aims to move California's primary to just after Iowa and New Hampshire 7 MIN, 28 SEC

Democratic lawmakers are pushing to move California’s primary up to make it more relevant in 2020, but will it make a difference if they succeed?

Guests:
Alex Padilla, California Secretary of State (@AlexPadilla4CA)

More:
Seeking 2020 clout, California looks to jump the primary queue

Clippers and Ducks make the playoffs, Lakers and Kings don't? 10 MIN, 14 SEC

The Clippers will play the Sacramento Kings tonight, the last night of the regular NBA season. Win or lose, the Clippers will face the Utah Jazz in the first round of the playoffs. The NHL playoffs start tonight, and the Anaheim Ducks are a top seed.

Guests:
Randy Sklar, comedian and sports commentator (@SklarBrothers)
Jason Sklar, The Sklar Brothers

A conversation about identity with essayist Durga Chew-Bose 12 MIN, 23 SEC

Assimilation, introversion, memory, and family form the backbone of a new collection of essays called “Too Much and Not the Mood.”

Guests:
Durga Chew-Bose, Author, "Too Much and Not the Mood" (@durgapolashi)

Using DNA to sketch a killer's face: science or scam? 8 MIN, 41 SEC

A new forensics technique has crime experts riled up. One company says it can use DNA to predict what a killer looks like.

Guests:
Carol McKinley, Daily Beast (@CarolAMcKinley)

More:
Is Sketching a Killer’s Face From DNA Science or a Scam?

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