productions, llc >> brown: good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. gwen ifill and judy woodruff are away today. on the newshour tonight: no charges for a police officer in cleveland in the killing of 12-year-old tamir rice. and, new outrage in chicago after police "accidentally" kill a 55-year old grandmother. also ahead this monday: a rash of twisters and floods leave more than 40 dead across the south and midwest. plus, our "breakthroughs" series continues with a report on a san francisco start-up trying to make menus at restaurants more transparent. >> this is a consumer product. it's not a medical device, and because of that it has to be something that's really easy to use. it has to be fast, it has to be discreet. >> brown: all that and more on tonight's pbs newshour.
a new arts capital in the middle of the city of angels. jeffrey brown looks inside the new $140 million museum that is the centerpiece. >> brown: it features 30 galleries filled with big names in modern and contemporary art. andy warhol. keith haring. kara walker.
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