• Voice of San Diego
    Mayor Todd Gloria abruptly postponed a planned vote on a controversial settlement with the city’s 101 Ash St. landlord and lenders who backed the deal.
  • POLITICO on MSN.com
    Democrats insist the Supreme Court ruling will hurt them in the suburbs. But few of the GOP's most vulnerable are budging — or talking.
  • Voice of San Diego
    The County Board of Supervisors kicked off their review of the 2022-23 budget this week with a public hearing on Monday and another to come Thursday. The budget would add more than 1,000 staff to the county,
  • The Post-Journal
    WARREN, Pa. — It’s pretty common for people to go to members of the clergy for advice when pondering a big decision. But there’s no way Father Rick Tomasone could have seen what was coming when a former basketball player he once coached,
  • The Journal Gazette
    Pandemic-related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border must continue, a judge ruled Friday in an order bl
  • KXXV News Channel 25
    But the April tally included 20,118 Ukrainians, nearly all of them entering the country at San Diego’s San Ysidro border crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, on humanitarian parole. That number has plummeted since April 25, when the Biden administration ...
  • Village Life
    Barlow spoke about spending two summers on a church mission in Tijuana, Mexico. She said the mission involved families who built their homes out of garbage. “You’re faced directly with what it is like for someone else in another country who doesn’t ...
  • KXAN
    The legacy of Donald Trump is alive and well in federal courtrooms where attorneys general in red states are waging an all-out war on the rights of Black and brown immigrants, some legal advocates
  • Governing
    Tijuana, Baja California - May 02: Twenty-nine asylum seekers are escorted by Group BETA to be processed into the United States. At least 27 immigration policies and orders issued by President Joe Biden’s administration have been challenged by individual ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    An additional $40 million is proposed to address stormwater pollution issues, $16.3 million would go to the Multiple Species Conservation Program and $3.4 million to clean up the Tijuana River Valley. The county would also invest in planting 3,500 trees to ...
  • Bradenton Herald
    South Florida Sun Sentinel. April 18, 2022. Editorial: For consumers, one last chance against FPL rate hike Florida Power & Light customers are down to their last shot at relief from the company’s excessive rate increase. Floridians Against Increased ...
  • Del Mar Times
    The potential swing district, represented by Rep. Mike Levin, D-San Juan Capistrano, may be the tightest race in San Diego
  • Voice of San Diego
    Fairgrounds CEO Carlene Moore has been accused of rigging the contract, yet she still holds her position and has not faced any disciplinary action by the 22nd District board or the state, writes Tigist Layne.
  • Daily Mail on MSN.com
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott is plotting a White House run - and his new policy of bussing illegal immigrants to DC is part of his plan to woo GOP voters, analysts believe.   Gov. Abbott was praised by fellow Republicans after he sent two buses full of Latin American asylum applicants to the U.
  • Idaho Press
    Boise residents on Saturday found bookmark-sized fliers in their neighborhoods. A large black box at the top read, “POLITICAL PROSECUTION.”
  • Voice of San Diego
    Voter turnout during primaries and special elections is almost always low. But even high-profile contests can reveal startling stats.
  • Orange County Register
    Five migrants who spoke to CNN said they were from Venezuela and had arrived at the US-Mexico border on Sunday. They are seeking asylum and were released from custody while they go through their
  • Times Free Press
    Conservative-led governments in Arizona, Louisiana and Missouri have sued President Joe Biden's administration to prevent federal officials from ending a public health rule that allows many asylum seekers to be turned away at the southern U.
  • KPBS
    Ukrainian nationals continue to have access to the U.S. asylum system. But people from other countries face much greater scrutiny.
  • Voice of San Diego
    The Council voted 5-to-1 to back a so-called no-fault eviction moratorium Monday. City Council President Sean Elo-Rivera pushed the legislation to shield tenants up