Beverly Hills PD task force accused of targeting Black people on Rodeo Drive

Attorneys say that 89% of those arrested by the Rodeo Drive Task Force were Black and want the California Attorney General to investigate their findings. “You need to take action. There needs to be an investigation to continue to bring Black citizens forward,” Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump said.

California’s unemployment fraud reaches at least $20 billion

State officials blamed nearly all of that fraud on a hastily approved expansion of unemployment benefits by Congress that let people who were self-employed get weekly checks from the government with few safeguards to stop people from getting benefits who were not eligible to receive them.