Policing in L.A., Tom Bradley’s Legacy, Murdoch Steps Down and SpaceX

The shooting of Ezell Ford, an unarmed black man in South L.A., has now divided the police chief and the Police Commission. How much authority does the civilian commission have over the LAPD? Then, a new documentary looks at the life and legacy of L.A.’s first and only black mayor, Tom Bradley. Madeleine talks to the director and Bradley’s daughter. Next, Rupert Murdoch is stepping down from 21st Century Fox. What’s his succession plan? And finally, in our weekly web roundup, SpaceX’s proposal to beam Internet service from space and Apple’s new streaming music service.

Image: The badge of a police officer of the Los Angeles Police Department