A guaranteed income program gave $500 per month to 125 people in Stockton and found that their job prospects and mental health got better.
As the coronavirus pandemic shatters the economy, Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs has two words for the president: "Go big."
Stockton is making unconditional payments to 125 residents, and the first set of results is out.
Kelsey Turner, 25, was arrested in Stockton, California, after 71-year-old Thomas Burchard's body was found in a car trunk.
Stockton is giving $500 a month to more than 100 residents as part of a universal basic income experiment.
Lyle Burgess, 79, may serve his 90-day sentence under house arrest and isn’t required to register as a sex offender.
Only 20 percent of foster kids who graduate from high school end up going to college, compared with 60 percent of high school graduates overall.
Anything to combat "sanctuary cities."