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Defendant’s Intent Debated As Steinle Murder Trial Closes

Defendant’s Intent Debated As Steinle Murder Trial Closes

Nov. 21
Alex Emslie/KQED

The lead prosecutor in the case against a Mexican citizen accused of murder in the 2015 slaying of Kathryn Steinle told a San Francisco jury Monday that the defendant “was playing his own secret version of Russian roulette” when he decided to fire the fatal shot.

A Legendary Tenor Marks 50 Years As LA Opera Pioneer And Leader

A Legendary Tenor Marks 50 Years As LA Opera Pioneer And Leader

Nov. 21
Steven Cuevas/KQED

It’s not your typical opera setting. The auditorium is small. The audience didn’t pay a dime to get in. And the performers have limited stage experience — except one.

Watchdog Report Finds Trump Travel Ban Caused Confusion, Violated C...

Watchdog Report Finds Trump Travel Ban Caused Confusion, Violated Court Orders

Nov. 21
Brian Naylor / NPR

Full details of the Department of Homeland Security inspector general's report are being withheld by DHS leaders.

Democratic Congressman Acknowledges Settlement, But Denies Sexual H...

Democratic Congressman Acknowledges Settlement, But Denies Sexual Harassment Claim

Nov. 21
Susan Davis / NPR

BuzzFeed obtained documents detailing a sealed 2015 settlement with a former employee, with a $27,000 payout. The House Ethics Committee has opened an investigation.

FCC Unveils Plan To Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

FCC Unveils Plan To Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

Nov. 21
Alina Selyukh / NPR

The FCC will vote Dec. 14 on a plan to undo rules that prevent Internet providers from blocking or slowing websites and apps. The plan would require broadband providers to disclose their practices.

Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Punishing 'Sanctuary Cities'

Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Punishing 'Sanctuary Cities'

Nov. 21
Camila Domonoske / NPR

A judge in California has issued a permanent injunction against an executive order that promised to withhold federal funds from jurisdictions that didn't cooperate with immigration authorities.

Cleaning Up San Diego Bay's Dirty Marinas

Cleaning Up San Diego Bay's Dirty Marinas

Nov. 21
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego marina is field testing a new pump that could help clean up water in areas where boats dock.

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

Nov. 21
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

The state agency that will investigate potential fraud or misuse of funds involving two former top administrators at the San Ysidro School District has signed an agreement to conduct what is called an “extraordinary audit.”

At Least 50 Killed In Bombing During Mosque's Morning Prayers In Nigeria

Nov. 21
Colin Dwyer / NPR

A suicide bomber detonated explosives just as prayers were getting underway at a mosque in Mubi, in Nigeria's northeast. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but Boko Haram is suspected.

Top Stories: LGBTQ Poll On Harassment; Merkel Prefers New German Election

Nov. 21
Korva Coleman / NPR

Also: The circumstances aren't clear behind a U.S. Border Protection agent's death; four are presumed dead in a Pennsylvania senior home fire; and some 51 million people will travel for Thanksgiving.

Defense Department Report: Military Sexual Assaults Remain Under-Re...

Defense Department Report: Military Sexual Assaults Remain Under-Reported

Nov. 20
By Steve Walsh

Department of Defense numbers show that the number of troops who report sexual assault is improving, but it is still far lower than what the military believes is the actual number.

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Accused Of Sexual Harassment By C...

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Colorado Congresswoman

Nov. 20
By City News Service

A Colorado congresswoman said Monday that former House member and San Diego Mayor Bob Filner tried to forcibly kiss her in an elevator while they served in Washington, D.C.

Officials Investigate Smuggling-Related Death On La Jolla Coast

Officials Investigate Smuggling-Related Death On La Jolla Coast

Nov. 20
By Jean Guerrero

A man's body was found along the La Jolla coast near Bird Rock after a panga-style boat commonly used for smuggling was spotted carrying seven people off the coast.

US Ending Temporary Permits For Almost 60,000 Haitians

US Ending Temporary Permits For Almost 60,000 Haitians

Nov. 20
By Associated Press

The Trump administration is ending a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since a 2010 powerful earthquake shook the Caribbean nation.

Charlie Rose Is Accused Of Sexual Harassment By 8 Women

Nov. 20
Richard Gonzales / NPR

The star of the highly regarded PBS talk show Charlie Rose and co-host of CBS This Morning issued a statement apologizing for his actions.

American Association For The Advancement Of Science Honors Eight Sa...

American Association For The Advancement Of Science Honors Eight San Diego Professors

Nov. 20
By City News Service

Eight professors with San Diego ties were named fellows Monday by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the largest general science organization in the U.S. and publisher of the journal Science.

CBS Suspends Rose, PBS Halts His Show Following Allegations

CBS Suspends Rose, PBS Halts His Show Following Allegations

Nov. 20
By Associated Press

Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be felled by sexual misconduct allegations, with PBS halting distribution of his nightly interview show and CBS News suspending him Monday following a Washington Post report with the accusations of eight women.