FROM Lindsay Tabaian
Sex Offenders: State Law and Local Ordinances Just two percent of sex offenders commit more than one crime, according to the State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. But state law , passed by the voters, requires that they register publicly and sets residential restrictions for the rest of their lives. Four cities in Orange County have recently been sued for ordinances going beyond state law. We hear from attorneys and a registered sex offender.
America's top diplomat faces challenges in Asia Whatever happened to America's "pivot to Asia?" That's just one of the questions left hanging since Rex Tillerson's first trip there as Secretary of State. Is the Trump Administration hoping to change Foreign Policy or maintain the status quo?
Political appointments and the reshaping of the judiciary President Trump has the chance for a long-term impact -- not just on the US Supreme Court, but on the entire federal court system. And his nominees are likely to get the support of a massive spending campaign by donors who don't have to reveal their names. Can President Trump "pack" the federal court system?