“We have come to learn that they have drivers who are convicted sex offenders, identity thieves, burglars, kidnappers, and a convicted murderer, and this is just in LA alone,” said the San Francisco DA.
Companies are doing more than calling to verify a prospective employee’s work history, CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Hundreds of taxi cab drivers Tuesday were slowly circling City Hall to protest the rise of unregulated ride-share services.
California lawmakers are now focusing on the bullets, instead of guns, as they continue to try and curb gun violence.
How much information is too much when it comes to security at a government installation in a post-9/11 world?