Majority Of Riders Banned From BART Are African-American
BART is banning more people than ever from its trains. Phil Matier reports the vast majority are African-Americans.

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Raw Video: Gov. Brown, Gov.-elect Newsom Hold Joint News ConferenceIn their first joint appearance since the election, Gov. Jerry Brown and Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom addressed the recent deadly wildfires that have torn through parts of the state. (11/13/18)
Talking Politics: Blue(ish) Wave / Pelosi ReduxAnalysis of the midterm election results with KPIX 5's Phil Matier and Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor and California assembly speaker Willie Brown. (11-11-18)
Protesters Across Bay Area Denounce Pres. Trump Firing Attorney General SessionsActivists across the Bay Area Thursday evening protested President Trump's replacement of his attorney general after embattled former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was forced to resign on Wednesday. Melissa Caen reports. (11-8-18)
Raw Video: President Trump, Reporters Spar Openly At White House Press ConferenceDuring Wednesday's press conference at the White House, President Trump openly bickered with CNN reporter Jim Acosta, who at one point refused to let go of the microphone and the President appeared close to walking away from the briefing. (11/7/18)

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