This weekend, millions of Californians will be scrambling to file their income taxes. The deadline is midnight Tuesday. We talk with the man who oversees California's cash flow, State Controller John Chiang.
Music Bridge 1: "Blue Orchid" by The White Stripes, from "Get Behind Me Satan" (V2)
To comply with California law, furniture makers treat the foam in cushions with flame-retardant chemicals. An average-sized sofa may contain up to two pounds of flame-retardants, which are now turning up in household dust, blood and breast milk. But efforts to change California's law have been blocked by the chemical industry.Reporter: Amy Standen
In the decades after gold was discovered in California, lynch mobs hanged more than 300 people. It was frontier justice delivered by vigilantes. That part of the state's history had faded, until Southern California art professor Ken Gonzales-Day found a picture, which led to more photos, and now to an exhibit at the Vincent Price Museum of Art in Los Angeles.Reporter: Steven Cuevas
Jazz artists and writers often use food metaphors to describe music, from drummers "mixin' the dishes" to "that trio is cookin'!" Now, Trio M's new album "Guest House" takes the relationship between jazz and cuisine to a whole new level. Jazz critic Andrew Gilbert has a review.
For years, people with disabilities have turned to technology -- including smartphone apps -- to help them navigate life. For folks with impaired vision, the iPhone was of little help -- until voice commands and the "Siri" assistan came along.Reporter: Susan Valot
End Music: "The Telephone Call" by Kraftwerk, from "Electric Cafe" (Elektra)
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