While you were sleeping...
This happened: South East Asia sea refugees were rescued, California was hit by an oil slick, cars with Takata air bags were recalled, Los Angeles raised the minimum wage, The Rock cemented his Hollywood star status
Before you stepped out of bed, Asian refugees stepped ashore after days adrift at sea.
California's coast suffered a 21,000 gallon oil spill asJapanese air bag maker recalled more cars in the nation's largest car recall.
Los Angeles voted to boost minimum wage to $15, while millionaire movie star The Rock joined the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Asian boat people came ashore
Thousands of migrants and refugees from Bangladesh and Myanmar have finally been taken in by Malaysia and Indonesia. They had been getting hungry and ill after being set adrift on boats in South East Asian seas after being abandoned by smugglers following a Thai crackdown on human trafficking. Until now, nobody really wanted to take responsibility for them.
California's coast was polluted by an oil leak
At least 21,000 gallons of crude oil has created a four-mile slick along the California coastline. Authorities have closed Refugio State Beach as the clear up begins.
Carmakers recalled record number of cars
Auto manufacturers including Honda, Nissan and Toyota are calling in cars that use potentially deadly air bags by Japanese company Takata, bringing the total in the U.S. recall to almost 34 million cars. It's the country's largest-ever automotive recall.
LA gave minimum wage workers a raise
The city voted to increase the minimum wage to $15 by 2020, like San Francisco and Seattle have already done. The move is set to improve the earnings of 800,000 workers in the city.
Cement dried on The Rock's star status
Dwayne Johnson imprinted his hands and feet on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. The beefy star thanked Steven Spielberg, who had sent him a surprise celebratory note ahead of the ceremony.