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San Diego Attorney's Office Orders 10 Gun Owners To Surre...

San Diego Attorney's Office Orders 10 Gun Owners To Surrender Firearms

Feb. 16
By City News Service

Ten San Diego gun owners have been ordered to surrender their firearms after courts determined they were at risk of harming themselves or others as part of an effort launched in January by the City Attorney's Office to obtain such restraining orders.

Ryan Coogler Helms A Smart, Entertaining 'Black Panther'

Ryan Coogler Helms A Smart, Entertaining 'Black Panther'

Feb. 16
By Beth Accomando

The day has finally come. Marvel’s eagerly anticipated “Black Panther” has opened.

Kentucky Teen Charged With Murder And Assault After Janua...

Kentucky Teen Charged With Murder And Assault After January School Shooting

Feb. 16
Richard Gonzales / NPR

The identity of the 15-year-old suspect, who will be tried as an adult, had not been confirmed until Friday. Two students were killed in the attack and 14 others were wounded.

Chief Of Staff Kelly Wants New White House Security Clear...

Chief Of Staff Kelly Wants New White House Security Clearance Rules

Feb. 16
Brian Naylor / NPR

John Kelly's memo follows criticisms that lax clearance procedures allowed an aide accused of domestic violence to remain on job.

It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch

It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch

Feb. 16
By KPBS News

SpaceX is launching a rocket Sunday from the Vandenberg Air Force Base near Santa Barbara. The Falcon 9 is scheduled to lift off at 6:16 a.m.

A Town In Mexico Sees Guitar Sales Soar Thanks To The Mov...

A Town In Mexico Sees Guitar Sales Soar Thanks To The Movie 'Coco'

Feb. 16
Carrie Kahn / NPR

The town of Paracho is celebrating after its onetime resident helped design the guitar featured in the hit Disney-Pixar movie, and now it can't keep up with orders for the instrument.

Commerce Department Urges Crackdown On Imported Steel And...

Commerce Department Urges Crackdown On Imported Steel And Aluminum

Feb. 16
Scott Horsley / NPR

President Trump is considering imposing tariffs or quotas on imported steel and aluminum. The Commerce Department says action is needed to protect the domestic industries vital to national security.

Tongan Skier Finishes Strong In Olympics After Just 12 We...

Tongan Skier Finishes Strong In Olympics After Just 12 Weeks Of Training In Snow

Feb. 16
Merrit Kennedy / NPR

Shirtless flag-bearer Pita Taufatofua, a Rio taekwondo competitor turned Pyeongchang cross-country skier, came in 114th on Friday. His goal was simply to finish the race (and not hit a tree).

Qualcomm Board Says Broadcom Takeover Deal Is Too Low

Qualcomm Board Says Broadcom Takeover Deal Is Too Low

Feb. 16
By City News Service

The Qualcomm board believes the per-share price offered by Broadcom in its $121 billion takeover deal of the San Diego company is too low and it is concerned about whether the deal would survive antitrust scrutiny, Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs wrote Friday.

Roundtable: Union-Tribune's Editorial Response To Florida...

Roundtable: Union-Tribune's Editorial Response To Florida School Shooting, Marijuana Money And Elections, Duncan Hunter's Campaign Finance Scandal, County Goes After Journalist

Feb. 16
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

The San Diego Union-Tribune editorial team responds to another mass shooting. The local marijuana industry is looking to support pot-friendly candidates. Congressman Duncan Hunter fights to keep his seat. And, the county targets a San Diego journalist.

Trump Policy Spotlights San Diego's Nuclear Past

Trump Policy Spotlights San Diego's Nuclear Past

Feb. 16
By Steve Walsh

The latest Nuclear Posture Review seeks to bring back types of weapons mothballed after the Cold War, raising speculation over whether that ultimately means a return of nuclear weapons to San Diego.

N.Y. College Says Forgotten Book Reveals Lock Of George W...

N.Y. College Says Forgotten Book Reveals Lock Of George Washington's Hair

Feb. 16
Amy Held / NPR

Union College believes the hair made its way from Alexander Hamilton's family to its archives and remained buried between the pages of a book until a librarian stumbled across it.

Ethical Dilemma Over Treating Civilians Injured In The Ba...

Ethical Dilemma Over Treating Civilians Injured In The Battle For Mosul

Feb. 16
Jason Beaubien / NPR

What happens if warring parties aren't able or willing to treat civilian casualties? WHO's solution made some humanitarian groups uneasy.

13 Russians Charged In Mueller Investigation

13 Russians Charged In Mueller Investigation

Feb. 16
By Associated Press

Thirteen Russians and three Russian entities were charged Friday with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, federal prosecutors announced Friday.

FBI Received A Tip Last Month About Florida Shooting Susp...

FBI Received A Tip Last Month About Florida Shooting Suspect — But Nothing Was Done

Feb. 16
Laurel Wamsley / NPR

The caller specifically mentioned the potential for Nikolas Cruz to carry out a school shooting, but the FBI never investigated. Florida Gov. Rick Scott is calling for the FBI director to resign.

Grand Jury Indicts Russians Linked To Interference In 201...

Grand Jury Indicts Russians Linked To Interference In 2016 Election

Feb. 16
Jessica Taylor / NPR

Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller's office says 13 Russians and three Russian entities took part in a broad information war against the United States.

Chinese New Year Plays Out Differently For The Haves And ...

Chinese New Year Plays Out Differently For The Haves And Have-Nots

Feb. 16
Yuhan Xu / NPR

Friday marks the start of the Lunar New Year. The way people celebrate — or choose not to celebrate — can reflect the economic divide in the world's second-largest economy.

As An American Tragedy Unfolds, Russian Agents Sow Discor...

As An American Tragedy Unfolds, Russian Agents Sow Discord Online

Feb. 16
Geoff Brumfiel / NPR

On Twitter, Russian trolls, bots and influencers are seeking to deepen divides after the latest school shooting.