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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg gains some California endorsements in his presidential bid (1:00), and polls still have Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren at the top of the pack in the Golden State (2:40). Then, former California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George discusses the state of the judicial branch (6:55) and what it was like issuing his landmark ruling in favor of same-sex marriage (19:50).

The head of the Federal Aviation Administration has told Boeing's chief executive to back off the company's push to speed up the recertification of the troubled 737 Max airplane.

The warning happened in a meeting between FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson and Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg at the FAA's headquarters in Washington on Thursday, and comes just a day after Dickson faced intense questioning from Congress over what some lawmakers say is a too-cozy relationship between the FAA and the company it regulates.

Oregon health officials are warning people about "alarmingly" high levels of lead found in some turmeric and cosmetics traditionally used in South and Southeast Asian cultures.

Officials shopped the Portland area for several products. These included the traditional black eye liner, kohl, four brightly colored Hindu festival powders, and for turmeric that had been hand-carried into the country.

They found extremely high levels of lead.

Perry Cabot with Multnomah County said one brand of black eye ore was 58%  lead, or 58,000 times the recommended limit.

This a one-day holiday art show and sale at the Mission District project space Cushion Works isn’t your ordinary holiday art show and sale. And that’s because the artists are seasoned, if not professional.

All the work, selected by artist Vincent Fecteau and curator Jordan Stein, comes from the Art With Elders program, a nonprofit that provides art classes for Bay Area seniors in long-term care communities like Laguna Honda Hospital.

“As a musician, it can be difficult to navigate a community stricken with mental health concerns,” says Sean Emmett Thompson, a 26-year-old singer and guitarist who lives in San Francisco.

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