Surfer Mick Fanning has something of a dream life. Well known for fighting off a great white shark, Fanning talked to us about leaving competitive surfing and how to get a zen like level of happiness in life.
Plus, lawmakers will hold a hearing after an investigation into the treatment of migrant children, the U.S. Gymnastics Championships open amid controversy, a new smartphone will have 5G capabilities (eventually) and Madonna turns 60.
Plus, the death toll rises after a bridge collapse in Italy, South Korea's leader calls for economic unity with the North, 'Crazy Rich Asians' hits theaters and Glassdoor reveals the highest paying U.S. jobs.
Online conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been banned by YouTube, Facebook, Apple and other online platforms, but he still has Google and CloudFlare, which Jefferson Graham argues, still gives him a potent and loud voice.
Plus, there's lots of quirkiness on the ballot in today's primaries, the government has rested its case in the Manafort trial, part of Yosemite National Park reopens and a new study finds most older drivers don't consult others on their driving safety.
Plus, Elvis fans can get married at a new Graceland chapel, final witnesses are expected today in Paul Manafort's trial, Ronaldo is in the hospital with the flu and special counsel Robert Mueller subpoenas a former aide to Trump associate Roger Stone.
Angry mobs, upset about scooters left on city streets and pedestrians getting hit, have turned on e-scooters from Bird and Lime and are destroying them. Jefferson Graham reports on the monster that's been created on Talking Tech. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-bird-scooter-vandalism-20180809-story.html