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Judge Asks DOJ To Step Up Reuniting Families

A federal judge wants the DOJ to participate more in reuniting separated families at the border. Next, President Donald Trump is losing support among suburban women. Plus, people on both sides of the US-Mexico border tell us how they’re voting ... Read more →

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Judge Asks DOJ To Step Up Reuniting Families

Oct. 22
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A federal judge wants the Department of Justice to participate more in the search for the parents of hundreds of children it separated from them at the border.

In this undated photo, supporters of President ...

In California, Suburban White Women Are Turning Away From Trump

Oct. 23
Katie Orr | KQED

A September poll from the Public Policy Institute of California found that 65% of likely women voters support Democrat Joe Biden.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Voting On Both Sides Of The US-Mexico Border

Oct. 23
By Kinsee Morlan

We talk to people who can vote on both sides of the US-Mexico border about what they're doing with their votes in upcoming elections when the border and immigration policies are centerstage.

Uber and Lyft drivers protest at the San Diego ...

Roundtable: California's Most Expensive Ballot Measure

Oct. 23
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

Major money fuels California's Prop 22, how San Diego's Measure E could impact the city's climate plan, and the partisan battle for control of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

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San Diego Opera Stages Drive-In 'La Bohème' This Weekend

Oct. 15
By Beth Accomando

Live opera is back but with a twist. San Diego Opera will be staging "La Bohème" in the parking lot of Pechanga Arena San Diego next week. Here's what you can expect.

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San Diego, Other California Cities Top List Ranking Climate Action Plans

Oct. 22
By City News Service, Erik Anderson, Pat Finn

The report, published by the Brookings Institution, finds the leadership of these municipalities "stands as an important counter to the federal government's rollback of climate policies and departure from the Paris Agreement."

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What The Rise Of Fascism In 1930s Italy Can Teach Us Today

Oct. 22
By Beth Accomando

CSUSM history professor wrote an article in 2016 titled "Donald Trump Is No Mussolini But Liberal Democracy Could Still Be In Danger." Now, as Trump is up for re-election, she revisits the potential threats she sees to democracy.

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Mail-In Voting Is Underway For Service Members, And Their Votes May Be More In Play This Year

Oct. 22
By Steve Walsh

Military personnel have been voting by mail since the Civil War. This year, some polls suggest that troops' political preferences may be changing.

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Measure E Seeks Midway District's Revitalization By Raising Building Height Limit

Oct. 22
By Andrew Bowen

The measure would be the biggest change to San Diego's 30-foot coastal height limit since it was approved by voters in 1972.

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Pandemic’s Death Toll 66% Higher Than Official Counts, inewsource Finds

Oct. 21
By Jill Castellano / inewsource, Mary Plummer / inewsource

Turns out, far more people have died during the pandemic than previously known. Our latest story uncovers new details about the death toll in San Diego County.

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