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Families Still Fighting Over Trump, Even As His Term Closes

Nov. 23
By Amita Sharma

Four years of disputes over President Donald Trump and his policies have fractured families to the point of estrangement, made even worse by his refusal to concede and false claims that President-elect Joe Biden’s victory is based on voter fraud.

San Diego County Sheriff William D. Gore at the...

Ahead of Forum, Immigrant Advocates Say San Diego Sheriff Is Breaking The Law

Nov. 17
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Advocates believe the sheriff is now in violation of state law, which limits cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities.

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California Foodways: The Chinese-Mexican Cuisine You’ll Find Only Along the Border

Nov. 16
Lisa Morehouse / KQED

If you ask people in the city of Mexicali, Mexico, about their most notable regional cuisine, they won’t say street tacos or mole. They’ll say Chinese food.

Thirty-foot-high border wall was installed alon...

Joe Biden Inherits Trump's Border Wall — And Its Lawsuits

Nov. 16
Michel Marizco, Kendal Blust | Fronteras

President-elect Joe Biden said he will stop wall construction but never said he would tear down the new border wall.

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob speaks...

San Diego Meth Deaths Increase To Record Number; Arrests, Hospitalizations Also Rise

Nov. 13
By City News Service

According to the strike force's figures, the highly addictive drug was tied to the deaths of 546 people in San Diego County last year, 63 more than the previous record of 483 set in 2018.

A Border Patrol vehicle blocks a road leading t...

Report: Reversing Trump Administration Border Polices Won't Be Simple Or Quick

Nov. 10
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

President-elect Joe Biden has promised to drastically alter America’s policy along its southern border. But reversing four years of Trump administration priorities won’t be so easy.

Miren Algorri plays with a girl at her home-bas...

A New Business Venture Aims To Be A Lifeline For A Child Care Industry In Crisis

Nov. 5
By Claire Trageser

Mission Driven Finance, a San Diego based investment company, is piloting a program that would reduce rents or mortgages for child care providers.

President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room ...

Trump Immigration Rule Takes Effect Again During Appeal

Nov. 4
Sophia Tareen / Associated Press

A Trump administration immigration rule that would deny green cards to immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps is back in effect while a U.S. appeals court considers the case.

President Donald Trump removes his face mask to...

Federal Judge Blocks Trump Immigration Rule On Public Benefits

Nov. 2
Sophia Tareen / Associated Press

A federal judge in Chicago has struck down a Trump administration rule that would deny green cards to immigrants who use food stamps or other public benefits. In a decision Monday that applies nationwide, the judge says the rule violates the Administrative Procedure Act, among other things.

Cars wait to enter the United States from Tijua...

Report: US Turning Away Asylum-Seekers At Border Is Flawed

Oct. 30
By Associated Press

A report from a government watchdog report says the head of the Department of Homeland Security contradicted her public statements in 2018 when she ordered border agents to stop asylum-seekers from stepping on U.S. soil at official crossings with Mexico.

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