In This Episode
- The city of Louisville, Kentucky has come to a $12 million dollar settlement deal with the family of Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed by police officers in her apartment six months ago. The agreement also includes several police reforms. We explain.
- Over 5 million acres have now been burned across the West. We discuss the poor air quality caused by the smoke, how it’s measured, and the effects it can have on our health.
- And in headlines: the key witness in an ongoing investigation of sexual assault by guards at an ICE detention center has been deported by ICE, Trump’s health spokesperson fearmongers on Facebook Live, and some updates on mail-in voting.