Sacramento Demands Answers After Police Shoot Unarmed Black Man
March 22, 2018: 22-year-old Stephon Clark was shot and killed by police late Sunday night in Sacramento, California. Clark, who is African-American, was living at his grandparents' home at the time when police responded to reports of a man who had broken car windows and was hiding out in a backyard. Police were led to his location before firing off 20 shots at Clark, who they believed was brandishing a weapon. The only item discovered near his body was a cellphone. The Takeaway looks at this latest shooting of an unarmed black man. Plus, we examine Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince and his investment-diplomacy tour of the U.S.; the resignation of Peru's president and the construction giant that played a role in his fall; a new report detailing child abuse claims on military bases that were ignored; and whether the regulatory tide is turning against Facebook and its trove of user-data.