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When You Love An Old Dog, Managing Care Can Be A Challenge

Feb. 25
Preeti N. Malani / NPR

Aging dogs often need extra medical care. But there comes a time to be realistic about what can and can't be done, veterinarians say. The pet's comfort is paramount.

What Parents Of Students With Special Needs Can Expect Under San Di...

What Parents Of Students With Special Needs Can Expect Under San Diego Unified Cuts

Feb. 24
By Megan Burks

The San Diego Unified School District says it will still meet the needs of students with disabilities despite layoffs aimed at cutting $124 million from the budget next year.

UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

Feb. 24
By Steve Walsh

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego on Monday will hold a day-long conversation on NAFTA, as the Trump Administration looks at reworking or scrapping the 22-year-old trade deal.

Agency Plans To Award Mexico Border Wall Contracts By April

Agency Plans To Award Mexico Border Wall Contracts By April

Feb. 24
By Associated Press

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Friday that it plans to start awarding contracts by mid-April for President Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico, signaling that he is aggressively pursuing plans to erect "a great wall" along the 2,000-mile border.

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Lashing Out Against Critical Reports, White House Bars Outlets From Briefing

Feb. 24
David Folkenflik / NPR

The move blocked reporters from CNN, The New York Times and others from participating and was seen at least in part as retaliation for a Thursday CNN piece on White House-FBI communications.

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As He Retires, U.S. Diplomat Delivers Message That 'Values Have Power'

Feb. 24
Michele Kelemen / NPR

Daniel Fried, who retired Friday from the State Department, helped shape U.S. policy in Europe over a 40-year career. "I learned never to underestimate the possibility of change," he told colleagues.

Storm-Lashed California Roads, Dams Could Cost $1B To Fix

Storm-Lashed California Roads, Dams Could Cost $1B To Fix

Feb. 24
By Associated Press

The bill to repair California's crumbling roads, dams and other critical infrastructure hammered by an onslaught of storms this winter could top $1 billion, including nearly $600 million alone for damaged roadways that more than doubles what the state budgeted for road repair emergencies, officials said Friday.

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Deported With A Valid U.S. Visa, Jordanian Says Message Is 'You're Not Welcome'

Feb. 24
Jane Arraf / NPR

He landed in Chicago for a graduation celebration trip after President Trump's travel ban took effect on citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries. He was held overnight in a cell and then sent back.

Coaster, Amtrak Service Shut Down Over The Weekend

Coaster, Amtrak Service Shut Down Over The Weekend

Feb. 24
By City News Service

Coastal rail service in San Diego County will be shut down beginning Friday evening and continuing through the weekend so crews can work on a handful of construction and maintenance projects, according to the North County Transit District.

J.C. Penney To Close Over 100 Stores

J.C. Penney To Close Over 100 Stores

Feb. 24
By City News Service

J.C. Penney Co. Inc. announced Friday it is in the process of selling its distribution center in Buena Park, intends to close its distribution center in Lakeland, Florida, in June, and plans to shutter 130-140 stores in the coming months.

SANDAG To Launch Outside Probe Into Tax Measure Flaws

SANDAG To Launch Outside Probe Into Tax Measure Flaws

Feb. 24
By City News Service

The board of directors of the San Diego Association of Governments Friday commissioned an independent investigation into how the public was presented with faulty revenue projections before voting on a tax increase ballot proposition.

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FCC Chairman Goes After His Predecessor's Internet Privacy Rules

Feb. 24
Alina Selyukh / NPR

The new telecom chief is moving to halt one part of the sweeping rules for Internet service providers, which were passed last year in part based on "net neutrality" regulations.

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Bounding Baby Bongo Born

Feb. 24
Rebecca Hersher / NPR

An eastern bongo at the Los Angeles Zoo birthed the first bongo to be born at the zoo in more than 20 years. Bongos are native to Africa and have stripes, big ears and horns.

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Los Angeles Officials To ICE: Stop Identifying Yourselves As Police

Feb. 24
Rebecca Hersher / NPR

The mayor of Los Angeles co-signed a letter to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency requesting that its agents not identify themselves as "police" during operations in the city.

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Trump Administration Weighs Increased Scrutiny Of Refugees' Social Media

Feb. 24
Greg Myre / NPR

The Obama administration began checking social media accounts of prospective Syrian refugees more than a year ago. Such steps could expand as President Trump prepares a new executive order on vetting.

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The Problem With That Video Of Tigers Squaring Off With A Drone

Feb. 24
Colin Dwyer / NPR

The enclosure in China's Heilongjiang province, where the drone video was filmed, has been accused of keeping animals in "deplorable conditions."

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GOP Health Bill Draft Would Cut Medicaid, Emphasize Tax Credits

Feb. 24
Alison Kodjak / NPR

The plan would replace insurance subsidies for low-income families with tax credits for everyone, eliminate the requirement to buy health care, and end taxes on medical devices.

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VX: The Nerve Agent Used To Kill Kim Jong Nam Is Rare And Deadly

Feb. 24
Geoff Brumfiel / NPR

A colorless, odorless liquid, similar in consistency to motor oil, VX kills in tiny quantities that can be absorbed through the skin. It is among the deadliest chemical weapons ever devised.

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71 Degrees In February: Temperatures In Boston And Buffalo Rewrite Record Book

Feb. 24
Bill Chappell / NPR

An all-time high temperature for February was recorded in Boston. After breaking a 111-year-old mark for this day, Buffalo, N.Y., also equaled its record high for the month.

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Democrats Pick Ex-Kentucky Governor To Respond To Trump Speech To Congress

Feb. 24
Brian Naylor / NPR

Steve Beshear is credited with lowering Kentucky's uninsured rate. Immigration activist Astrid Silva is also scheduled to respond to the president's remarks Tuesday night.

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