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Sports | Cycling

How will 'Climate Action Plan 2.0' change San Diego's bike policies?

San Diego's new Climate Action Plan includes an aggressive expansion of the city's sustainable transportation goals.

Entertainment | Culture/Art

New play unravels untold Holocaust history

"Here There Are Blueberries" at the La Jolla Playhouse follows an album of surprising photos from Auschwitz, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum archivist who works to uncover the album's origins and secrets.

News | News

Alex Jones concedes that the Sandy Hook attack was '100% real'

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones testified that he now understands it was irresponsible of him to declare the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre a hoax.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Sacha Baron Cohen defeats $95 million defamation suit filed by Roy Moore

Cohen defeated a $95 million defamation lawsuit by former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who said he was tricked into an humiliating television appearance that lampooned sexual misconduct accusations against him.

News | News

US Military: 5 Marines killed in aircraft crash in desert

The MV-22 Osprey belonged to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing based at Camp Pendleton. It went down at 12:25 p.m. Wednesday during training.

Sports | Cycling

More cyclists are being killed by cars. Advocates say U.S. streets are the problem

The pandemic got more people riding bikes, but the number of cyclists hit and killed by cars is rising at an alarming rate. "We're buying materials for ghost bikes in bulk," one cycling advocate says.

News | News

San Diegans about to have more eviction protections

The city of San Diego’s no-fault eviction moratorium went into effect Sunday.

Entertainment | Entertainment

PBS to rebroadcast documentary on 1943 Zoot Suit Riots

The riots in LA were a crucial moment in Mexican American history, highlighting the overlooked racial violence Latinos faced.

History | History

Today in History: Antisemitism, an American Problem | Exploring Hate | PBS

By Pamela S. Nadell When, if ever, Americans think of antisemitism, they think of the Holocaust.  By the time students find their way to my American University course in Holocaust history, they have read The Diary of Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel’s Night.

News | News

What an ‘Unhinged’ Meeting Reveals About Putin’s War on Ukraine

Watch a video excerpt from the new FRONTLINE documentary ‘Putin’s Road to War,’ on what led up to the Russian president’s invasion of Ukraine.

News | News

California likely to extend paid sick leave amid pandemic

California workers would get up to two weeks of paid time off if they get sick from the coronavirus.

News | News

In Greece, unvaccinated people ages 60 and up now face monthly fines

The nation imposed the new mandate on Monday as it looks to bring its vaccination rate closer in line with the EU average. The unvaccinated will face penalties starting at 50 euros, or roughly $57.

News | News

Ex-Chabad of Poway rabbi sentenced to 14 months of custody in fraud case

Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein was also ordered to pay nearly $3 million in restitution to victims, which include the IRS and companies that matched donations their employees made to the Chabad.

Sports | Skating

Skate SD: Building Skateboarding's Future

Premieres Thurs., Nov. 18, 2021 at 8 p.m. and Sun., Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. on KPBS TV + Mon., Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. and Wed. Nov. 24 at 9 p.m. on KPBS 2 / On Demand. Skateboarding originated as a wild activity for Southern California’s youth, and San Diego has s

News | News

Delta Air Lines Is Going To Start Charging Unvaccinated Employees $200 Per Month

Delta will not mandate employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, but its CEO says the charge is necessary because the average hospital stay for the virus costs the airline $40,000.

News | News

Hostile County Meeting Raises Question: When Does Freedom Of Speech Become A True Threat?

During this week's Board of Supervisors meeting, tempers flared and threats were directed at the supervisors.

News | News

United Becomes The 1st Major U.S. Airline To Require Employees Be Vaccinated

Citing "incredibly compelling" evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, United CEO Scott Kirby announced the policy change on Friday. It will affect the carrier's 67,000 U.S. employees.

News | News

Newsom Casts Political Blame In New California Vaccine Push

The Democratic governor on Monday blamed “right wing" politicians and media for perpetuating misinformation about the shots and hindering vaccine efforts.

News | News

California Bills Would Take Badges From Misbehaving Officers

California is one of just four states without a way to decertify police officers, alongside Hawaii, New Jersey and Rhode Island.

News | News

DOJ Says At Least 100 More People Could Be Charged Over Capitol Attack

The Justice Department says the investigation into the Capitol insurrection will likely be one of the largest in American history.

News | News

What You Need To Know About The County’s COVID-19 Hotels

Here are five key takeaways from inewsource investigation into a San Diego County COVID-19 program.

Politics | Politics

Race and Racism in America

Watch a collection of films and specials that highlight and add context to the many aspects of race and racism in our country.

News | News

House Removes Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene From Her Committee Assignments

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy did not take the robust action Democrats and some Republicans were calling for, so the whole chamber took up a resolution on her racist and inflammatory comments.

News | News

New York State Bar Association Considers Expelling Rudy Giuliani

The bar association said it received "hundreds of complaints in recent months" about Giuliani, ultimately deciding Monday to launch a "historic" inquiry into the president's attorney.

News | News

California Health System Buckling Under COVID-19 Pandemic

California’s health care system is buckling under the strain of the nation’s largest coronavirus outbreak and authorities say it may fracture in weeks if people ignore holiday social distancing.

News | News

California Hospitals Discuss Rationing Care As Virus Surges

California’s overwhelmed hospitals are setting up makeshift extra beds for coronavirus patients, and a handful of facilities in hard-hit Los Angeles County are drawing up emergency plans in case they have to limit how many people receive life-saving car

Politics | Politics

Vaccinated Teachers Won’t Mean Automatic School Reopenings In San Diego County

Teachers are currently expected to be vaccinated behind frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents.

Politics | Politics

'Disturbing' Hitler Video Circulated Among San Diego Police Prompts Investigation

An internal investigation was underway Friday into the creation and circulation among San Diego Police Department employees of a video featuring images of Adolf Hitler and a commentary that "negatively portrays the community and department leadership" and

News | News

Gov. Newsom: Most Of California Likely Under New Stay-At-Home Order Within Days

Newsom announced new stay-at-home rules on Thursday that will trigger when a region’s intensive care unit capacity falls below 15%. Newsom said four of the state’s five regions are likely to meet that threshold within a day or two.

Sports | Sports

Tokyo Olympic organizers will host 18 test events

Local organizers on Friday announced a series of 18 test events set to begin in March and run into May.

News | News

NY Times: Trump Paid $750 In US Income Taxes in 2016, 2017

President Donald Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the past 15 years, according to a report in The New York Times. A lawyer for the Trump Organization called the report “inaccurate.”

Travel | Travel

Yosemite Hotels Get Their Historic Names Back After Trademark Dispute

The Majestic Yosemite Hotel is back to its original name, The Ahwahnee. And a set of cabins that was temporarily called Half Dome Village now carries its historic name, Camp Curry.