A country is under attack by an attempted coup headed by the sitting President that is trying desperately to cling to power after losing an election. No, this isn’t the plot to a made-for-TV movie, or another Tom Clancy suspense novel. It’s happening to us.
Articles by La Prensa San Diego
By Herman Baca: Historically, the question of identification for Mexicans left in the U.S. after the U.S.-Mexico War ended in 1848 as to who we are and how we identify ourselves remains a generational “problem” or “issue,” to date.
A lawsuit to undo San Diego’s lease of a downtown building was amended to claim the deal is illegal under the state’s constitution and is now seeking the return of over $23 million already paid by the City.
A new shipment of COCID-19 vaccines arrived in San Diego today as a record number of cases were reported in the past week, including the highest single day since the pandemic started.