Canyon Hills Women's Ministry has joined forces with City Serve Bakersfield for a month-long campaign working to increase awareness of the human trafficking crisis in California. The outreach is called Project Rescue, was announced Thursday during the unveiling of 14 GET buses with banners that display the national human trafficking hotline number. (KBAK TV)
The federal government charged Facebook Thursday with allowing its massive trove of personal demographic data to enable housing discrimination. At issue is whether the company's sophisticated algorithms and artificial intelligence capability still allows landlords to reach certain demographics and not others with rental advertisements. (ABC)
President Trump said Thursday he is reversing his administration's proposal to eliminate federal funding for the Special Olympics after days of fierce backlash by lawmakers and the public. "The Special Olympics will be funded," Mr. Trump told reporters at the White House before leaving for a rally in Michigan. (CBS)
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