SCOTUS' Non-Decision in Contraceptive Case Highlights Court's Vacancy

The Supreme Court sent a case about contraception and religious freedom back to the lower courts Monday in an attempt to avoid a deadlock. The non-decision highlights how the vacant ninth seat is becoming an issue.

Also, affordable housing is a major issue in California's big cities and now Governor Jerry Brown is stepping in at the state level. He's proposed streamlining the permitting process for housing developments that include affordable units in his new budget.

On our weekly TV segment, network upfronts, summer comedies and fall reboots.

Then, nearly fifty years ago, Mexican-American women were sterilized against their wishes at Los Angeles County General hospital. The new documentary called No Más Bebés explores how they were affected.

And finally, Ghost in the Shell casting exposes Japanese animation's troubled history with 'white-washing.'

Photo: Sister Loraine McGuire with Little Sisters of the Poor speaks to the media after Zubik v. Burwell was heard by the US Supreme Court in Washington March 23, 2016. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)