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GOP Seeks Support For Narrow Version Of 'Obamacare' Repeal

July 27
By Associated Press

Battered by repeated failures to repeal or replace "Obamacare," Senate GOP leaders retreated to a narrow approach Thursday that would undo just a few of the most unpopular elements of Barack Obama's law.

Justice Department Rules Intensify Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities

Justice Department Rules Intensify Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities

July 25
By Associated Press

The Justice Department says it won't give cities some law enforcement grant money unless they give federal immigration authorities access to jails and alert them when someone facing deportation will be released from local custody.

Investigation: San Diego Refugees Face Housing Dilemma

Investigation: San Diego Refugees Face Housing Dilemma

July 27
By Tarryn Mento

Refugees say resettlement workers faced with a tight rental market crammed them into too-small apartments, under leases that omitted occupants. They say that puts them at risk of losing their homes.

Mexican Border Reporters Under New Stress In State Of Tamaulipas

Mexican Border Reporters Under New Stress In State Of Tamaulipas

July 25
Lorne Matalon / Marfa Public Radio

In April, the Mexican military killed the leader of a major organized crime cartel in Tamaulipas — setting off a wave of crime that reporters are struggling to chronicle without being targeted themselves.

No Quarters Needed For Fleet's 'Game Masters' Arcade

No Quarters Needed For Fleet's 'Game Masters' Arcade

July 27
By Michael Lipkin

It won't take much to interest science-averse kids in the latest exhibit at the Fleet Science Center. It's a retrospective of video game history, from the arcade cabinets of the 1970s to the latest computer and console games.

'Songs From An Unmade Bed' Tells A Rare Love Story

'Songs From An Unmade Bed' Tells A Rare Love Story

July 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

"Songs From an Unmade Bed" is a rarely-staged show that makes its San Diego debut this weekend.

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What's Next In The Health Care Debate?

July 26
Scott Neuman / NPR

Senators have narrowed their options and are likely moving forward on a "skinny repeal" that takes away some key provisions in the Affordable Care Act, leaving the rest intact.

Starbucks Food Recovery Program Helps Bridge Hunger Gap In San Diego

Starbucks Food Recovery Program Helps Bridge Hunger Gap In San Diego

July 26
By Kenny Goldberg

Every day in San Diego, restaurants throw out an enormous amount of food. Starbucks is bucking that trend.

My First Day Episode 6

My First Day Episode 6

July 26
By Megan Burke

The sixth episode brings us the story of Magda Marquet who moved to San Diego in 1986 from Europe. She came with her husband who was about to begin a post-doctorate program at UC San Diego.

In A Startup And Cash-Out World, One Silicon Valley Restaurant Keep...

In A Startup And Cash-Out World, One Silicon Valley Restaurant Keeps It Homespun

July 26
Ryan Levi/KQED

Tim Diebert has been a regular at Hobee’s Restaurant in Palo Alto for the past 30 years.

Fact-Checking Website Snopes Gets Outpouring Of Financial Support A...

Fact-Checking Website Snopes Gets Outpouring Of Financial Support Amid Lawsuit

July 25
By David Wagner

Facing a lawsuit, one of the founders of the pioneering fact-checking website Snopes.com — which has opened offices in San Diego — has quickly raised over $500,000.

San Diego State University Has New Plans For Qualcomm Stadium Site

San Diego State University Has New Plans For Qualcomm Stadium Site

July 25
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

San Diego State University officials have reopened discussions with the mayor's office and members of the City Council over the future of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, a school spokeswoman said Tuesday.

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