Jamie RenoMilitary Blogger
Jamie Reno blogged about the military for KPBS' Home Post blog. Jamie has been the San Diego correspondent for Newsweek magazine for nearly two decades, for which he has written or co-written cover stories on such subjects as the Enron collapse, Napster, the war on terrorism, media conglomeration, the Heaven's Gate religious cult, teen culture, and new cancer treatments. He has also written for such publications as the New York Times, Rolling Stone, People, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times. Jamie has won more than 20 Society of Professional Journalist and Press Club awards, including the Press Club's Best of Show award in 1997, 1998 and 2002.
This year will be the fourth straight that admissions to UC San Diego Health hospitals due to falls from the border wall will set a new record. The streak started in 2019, when the Trump administration raised the border wall height from 17 to 30 feet.
The secretary of state said the U.S. is committed to seeing the release of all hostages held by Hamas. And gunmen killed three Israelis in an attack on the outskirts of West Jerusalem early Thursday.
Es Devlin says that stadiums are designed for competition and combat. So her job, whether she's designing for Beyoncé, Super Bowl Halftime, or The Olympics, is to achieve intimacy on a massive scale.
Two of the nation's most high profile governors will debate Thursday night in Georgia, even though only one of them is actually running for president in 2024.
Kissinger's guiding foreign policy principle was that strategic national interests take priority over more idealistic aims, like the promotion of human rights and democracy.
Kissinger dominated foreign policy as the United States extricated itself from Vietnam and broke down barriers with China.
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- Chula Vista's Filipinos of South Bay exhibit renewed for another year
- Tri-City Medical Center operating near normal after cybersecurity attack
- A Florida election fraud chief died last year in the hallway of Ron DeSantis' office
- Mother of Palestinian student shot in Vermont thought he would be safer in U.S.