With Olympic gymnastics trials set to begin, reporter Elspeth Reeve talks about how women's gymnastics coverage is being shaken up by bloggers.
The Supreme Court left in place a decision to block the president's immigration plan. Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies and Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum respond.
Susannah George of The Associated Press has details on the bombing in Baghdad, Iraq that left at least 121 people dead Sunday. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility.
As the Olympic trials loom in women's gymnastics, an informal group of blogs and podcasts called the "gymternet" has been shaking up how the sport is covered — focusing on athleticism, not sparkles.
The new guidance, meant to "preserve their safety," comes after an Emirati man was mistaken for an ISIS member and handcuffed by police in Ohio. He then fainted and was hospitalized.
About 80 news outlets collaborated on "SF Homeless Project," publishing stories exploring feasible solutions to improve the quality of life for the almost 7,000 people living on San Francisco streets.