We take a look at the factors contributing to the especially deadly nature of California’s massive wildfires this year; Chicago experienced a deadly weekend of gun violence. Dozens of shootings took place, mostly in the city’s south and west side neighborhoods. We hear from a local pastor about reaction from the communities impacted; In collaboration with The Marshall Project, we take a look at a case concerning whether prisoners have the right to freedom of speech and to avoid becoming informants while incarcerated; and Director Spike Lee’s new movie “Black Klansman,” opens in theaters on Friday. The film tells the true story of a black Colorado Springs police officer who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the late 1970s. We have a conversation with the former police officer, Ron Stallworth, and also the actor who plays his role in the movie: John David Washington.