Children Released From Migrant Shelters Face More Challenges Finding Families
A federal judge in San Diego says the government is close to fulfilling the court’s order to reunite almost 2,700 migrant children taken from their parents at the border. But there are some critical issues advocates still want addressed.
Reporter: Julie Small
Indicted San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter Challenged at the Polls
San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter is in danger of losing his seat. Three recent polls show the Congressman is effectively tied with his Democratic challenger Ammar Campa-Najjar. This comes after Hunter was indicted for embezzling campaign funds.
Reporter: Jade Hindmon
Iranian-American Actor Maz Jobrani Speaks About Being Typecast in 'Terrorist' Roles
One place where the stereotyping of Middle Eastern Americans as terrorists often takes place is in Hollywood. Host Lily Jamali talks with actor Maz Jobrani about his experiences being typecast in these roles.
Guest: Maz Jobrani
ICE Plans to Inspect Southern California Detention Center
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is expected to begin a full inspection of a privately-run immigration jail in Southern California. This comes after federal investigators found serious health and safety violations, including nooses in detainee cells and inadequate medical care.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
UC Davis police have launched an investigation into the discovery of anti-Semitic flyers on campus earlier this week. The messages blame Jewish people for the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Reporter: Ted Goldberg
San Diego Diocese Suspends Priest Accused of Sexual Misconduct
Yesterday, the diocese of San Diego announced that it is suspending a priest who has been credibly accused of sexual misconduct with a teenager. Reporter Michelle Wiley joins host John Sepulvado to discuss the handful of dioceses around the state that have begun releasing the names of accused clergy.
Guest: Michelle Wiley