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Justices Appear To Favor Muslim Denied Job Over Headscarf

Justices Appear To Favor Muslim Denied Job Over Headscarf

Samantha Elauf, the woman at the center of the case about religious discrimination in hiring, was in the courtroom Wednesday.

The Evil Hours: A Biography of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Feb. 26
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The Evil Hours: A Biography of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

A San Diego author, war correspondent and former Marine gives a comprehensive and personal look at post-traumatic stress disorder in his new book.

Joyce Carol Oates On Writing About Differences Among People

Feb. 26
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Joyce Carol Oates On Writing About Differences Among People

Novelist Joyce Carol Oates has written more than 40 novels. She is in San Diego to speak at the 20th Annual Point Loma Nazarene University Writer's Symposium by the Sea.

'Short Term 12' Director Destin Cretton Speaks About Art Of Screenwriting

Feb. 25
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San Diego writer-director Destin Cretton, now making feature films in Hollywood, speaks at Point Loma Nazarene University's Writer's Symposium By The Sea.

Report: San Diego Classrooms Lack Technology To Prepare Students For Future

Feb. 25
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How are San Diego County schools addressing the technology needs of students? A University of San Diego report finds they are falling short.

San Diego To Consider Rules For Airbnb Hosts

Feb. 25
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The city of San Diego recently sent 252 letters to Airbnb and other hosts telling them they owe taxes on the rooms they rent.

San Diego Attorney’s Environmental Lawsuits Could Be Tainted By Conflict Of Interest

Feb. 24
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The wife of lawyer Cory Briggs, who sues local, state and federal government agencies over environmental violations, held a key position in a La Mesa company on the other side of his litigation. The potential conflict of interest and its effect on the taxpayers has not been publicly known.

9th Annual Border Film Week Focuses On Human Side Of Immigration Debate

Feb. 24
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Border Film Week at the University of San Diego's Trans-Border Institute kicks off Tuesday. The focus will be the human stories of immigration.

Chula Vista Woman Signs Up For One-Way Ticket To Mars

Feb. 23
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Have you ever looked up to the stars and wondered what it would be like to venture out into space or inhabit another planet? A Chula Vista woman may find out. She's one of 100 finalists vying for a one-way trip to Mars to colonize the planet.

Should All Bike Riders Be Required To Wear Helmets?

Feb. 23
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A new bill in the California legislature would require adults to wear helmets. Anyone riding without a helmet could be cited and fined up to $25.

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