President Trump signed an Executive Order against social media companies that he say “totally silence conservatives voices”, vowing that “we cannot allow a limited number of online platforms to hand-pick the speech that Americans may access and convey online”.
By Alberto Garcia The Minneapolis Police officer that killed a black suspect while arresting him on Monday has been arrested and charged with murder as protests continue in Minneapolis, as well as in Boston, Massachusetts; Memphis, Tennessee; Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Denver, Colorado; and Los Angeles. George Floyd died while he was being arrested by […]
As we reach 100,000 deaths from the COVID-19 virus, we compare death rates from other causes that show how deadly this pandemic has been in the US.
San Diego County health officials have announced that the region can start moving into a broader re-opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, including allowing restaurants to serve dine-in patrons, barbers shops and hair salons to open, and churches and other places of worship to hold services but only at 25% capacity for now.
The entire California State University system will close its campuses for the Fall semester as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause disruptions in the normal course of life.
County of San Diego officials are allowing some businesses to reopen as part of a phased plan to allow some sectors to expand services with some restrictions to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Governor Gavin Newson has ordered all 58 county registrars of voters in California to send absentee ballots to all registered voters to ease concerns about whether it will be safe to vote in person during the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Trump is demanding that new sections of the border wall be painted black in a move that could add at least half a billion dollars to the cost of the project.
Just as states are removing COVID-19 quarantine orders, a new policy by the US Defense Department will permanently bar any person that had the coronavirus from joining the military.
A man from El Salvador being held at the Otay Mesa Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility contracted the COVID-19 virus and died at a local hospital after being on a ventilator for nearly a week.
The US federal government has offered loans to states to help them through the COVID-19 crisis and the State of California is now the first state to access those funds.
When former Vice-President Joe Biden became the front runner for the Democratic nomination he commuted to selecting a woman as his running mate. By choosing a woman to share the ticket, Biden could help make history if the first woman and first person of color as Vice-President in history is elected with him in November.
By Alberto Garcia California Governor Gavin Newson said on Tuesday that schools in the state may open in late July or early August, but he added that no formal decision has yet been made. The governor spoke about schools during his daily briefing on the COVID-19 crisis where he outlined his new four-phase plan to […]
San Diego County health officials yesterday released updated statistics that show only 1.5% of the County’s population has been tested for the COVID-19 virus, totaling 50,271 tests and 3,432 confirmed cases.
Some local San Diego area beaches will be open again on Monday, April 27th, as some COVID-19 crisis stay-at-home order restrictions are lifted.
Never before has a check from the IRS to taxpayers carried the name of the President of the United States. But then again, never before has the country had a showman television reality star serving as the Commander-in-Chief.
Scholar Lizbeth De La Cruz Santana led a group of 15 volunteers in pasting up a mural on the border wall in the beachside enclave of Playas de Tijuana which features the faces of immigrants and deportees who arrived in the United States as children and have lived their entire adult lives in the United States.