Report: Trump Orders Crackdown on Homelessness in California
The Washington Post reports that U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered a crackdown on homelessness in California. In a report Tuesday, the newspaper quotes four unnamed administration officials who said the president wants the administration to get involved in getting homeless people off the streets of cities with growing homeless populations. Officials say the focus has been on Los Angeles' Skid Row. VOA's Zlatica Hoke has insight into the so-called "homeless capital of the United States."
Over the past 12 months, the U.S. has seen an overhaul of the nation's legal immigration system, crackdowns on undocumented immigrants and more changes at the U.S.-Mexico border as the Trump administration worked to fulfill the president's 2016 campaign promises. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joined CBSN to discuss the impact and what we can expect in 2020. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson weighs in California's homelessness crisis and how the federal government should get involved. The new year is bringing big changes for online consumers in California. The state's Consumer Privacy Act went into effect on New Year's Day, and it allows people to ask companies what data they have on them, demand that it be deleted and prevent it from being sold to third parties. Axios Media Reporter Sara Fischer joined CBSN to explain how this law came to be and what it means for the rest of the country. Trump says the House Speaker should focus on homelessness in California instead of impeachment; Rich Edson reports from West Palm Beach, Florida. #SpecialReport #FoxNews