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  • Donald Trump Jr. Wikileaks, and Russia

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Nov 14, 2017 (San Diego) The plot thickens regarding the Trump campaign and Wikileaks. The expose from The Atlantic reveals a series of communications, mostly one sided, from Donald Trump Jr, and Wikileaks. The stakes… Read More ›

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  • NAFTA Negotiations, What the Three Countries Want

    Nov 13, 2017 (San Diego) Our economy is tied to the Mexican and Canadian economies. It is a fact, that since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), our region has become more dependent on the border economy we share… Read More ›

  • Breaking News: 20 Children Reportedly Injured in Barrio Logan Due to Collapse

    Nov 11, 2017 (San Diego) A total of 21 children and two adults were injured in a stairwell collapse in Barrio Logan due to a stairwell collapse. The location is Main Street and Sigsbee. The Tweet from the agency reads… Read More ›

  • On the 11th Day, on the 11th Hour: Armistice

    Nov 11, 2017 (San Diego) It is 99 years from that moment, when the guns went silent all over the Western Front in Europe. Those guns started to ring on August of 1914, and did not stop for a few… Read More ›

  • Judge Roy Moore, President Donald Trump and Tribalism

      Analysis by Reporting San Diego Nov 10, 2017 (San Diego) What does Judge Roy Moore and President Donald Trump have in common? It is not that they are Republicans. Or that they even grew up in the same circumstances,… Read More ›

  • The Paris Accords and the Selfish American

    Analysis by Reporting San Diego Nov 10, 2017 (San Diego) The United Staes stands alone against the world. We are the only nation that is no longer part of the Paris Climate Change Accords. Why? Let’s leave the politics behind…. Read More ›

  • What the Future of Medicine May Look Like in the United States

    Nov 9, 2017 (San Diego) The Affordable Care Act is still the law off the land, In spite of the repeated efforts to repeal it. Now the Trump White House is doing its level best to undermine it by cutting… Read More ›

  • A Coming Democratic Wave? 

    Nov 9, 2017 (San Diego) The Women’s March was an open rebuke of the newly inaugurated President of the United States. That was a cold January morning, and it happened across the country. In San Diego alone we saw 40,000… Read More ›

  • Public Invited to Two Open Houses forSan Diego-Coronado Bridge Feasibility Study 

    SAN DIEGO — Caltrans has scheduled two follow-up community meetings to provide the general public an update on the ongoing Feasibility Study on Potential Suicide Deterrent Systems on the San Diego-Coronado Bridge (State Route 75).   The meetings are scheduled… Read More ›

  • SDSU Academic Senate Takes Step to Remove Aztec Warrior Mascot

    Editorial  Nov 8, 2017 (San Diego) The Daily Aztec reports that the University Senate passed a resolution which calls for the retirement of the Aztec mascot in human representation,. It used to represent Emperor Montezuma. This was a compromise made… Read More ›