Everard Meade, director of the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego, was a friend and colleague of slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas. In a wide-ranging interview, Meade sketched a picture of the violence that’s consuming Mexico and discussed Valdez’s work and what lessons it offers.
Gov. Jerry Brown pardons deported military veterans, another Mexican journalist is killed, outside critics don’t like Barrio Logan mural they’ve never seen and more in our roundup of news from the border.
Research from two UC San Diego economists shows that the economic forces that push and pull people across borders are changing such that the border wall could be a moot barrier before it is even finished.
There’s been an uptick in art projects happening at the border now that President Donald Trump is in office. With so much attention on the border, it’s worth taking a quick look at some of the art that’s attempted to tackle the prickly issues surrounding it. Here are 20 instances of gutsy, controversial art that has explored the border.
Homeland Security secretary tells San Diego police chief he has no clue on sanctuary cities, developers see new opportunities for senior care in Baja, San Diego and Tijuana mayors pledge more collaboration and more in our biweekly roundup of news from the border.
Facilities like Serena Senior Care in Rosarito, where about 75 percent of clients are American, are at the forefront of what could become a growing trend in Southern California senior care.
It’s a sign of the times that an angry confrontation between Baja California’s governor and protesters only barely made this border news roundup.
One reason local companies don’t do more to help one another is that they simply “don’t know each other exist.” Well, let’s start making some connections.
In neighborhoods like Otay Mesa and San Ysidro, international issues are also neighborhood planning issues.
Mayor Bob Filner didn’t have much time to follow through on his numerous campaign promises.