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The family of a U.S. soldier killed in World War II received eight long overdue medals from Congressman Scott Peters (CA-52) Wednesday.
Army Private Juan Sablan was killed in action in the Philippines during the war.
In a strongly bipartisan 223-195 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives voted last night to ensure that funds from an appropriations bill cannot be used to discriminate against LGBT workers. Rep.
Leading Democrats on Thursday slammed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump one day before he holds a rally at the San Diego Convention Center.
In a conference call with local media, Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, described the businessman as “dangerous” and “out of touch” with hard-working families.
An LGBT amendment that threw the House floor into a frenzy last week won approval late Wednesday night, meaning that some Republicans switched positions on the discrimination issue yet again.
In Southfield, just outside of Detroit, where I grew up, my family and many of the families around us didn’t have a lot of money. But the American middle class was strong, and we knew that with a little sacrifice and a lot of hard work, my sisters and I could become whomever we wanted.
This Mother’s Day, I can’t help but reflect on the day I first became a mother. As I held my newborn son, feeling full of hope and promise, little did I know that eight months later we would be huddled over a hospital crib, watching his small body struggle to breathe.
Two San Diego Walgreens stores join a growing list of locations countywide where residents can safely dispose of unneeded medications.
Dozens of House Democrats staged a sit-in on the House floor Wednesday in protest of the GOP leadership’s refusal to allow a vote on a gun control measure following the Orlando massacre.