SAN DIEGO Kneeling in front of riot police, 32 religious leaders and activists were arrested at the U.S. border fence in San Diego on Monday during a protest to support the Central American migrant caravan. | Video
SAN DIEGO/SACRAMENTO, Calif. Republican U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter and his wife Margaret pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges alleging misuse of $250,000 in campaign funds, in a case that could help Democrats seize control of a traditionally Republican seat. | Video
SAN DIEGO A judge on Friday urged the U.S. government to focus on finding deported immigrant parents so it could reunite them with their children who remain in the United States following separation by officials at the U.S.-Mexico border in recent months. | Video
SAN DIEGO A federal judge temporarily barred the U.S. government on Monday from the rapid deportation of immigrant parents reunited with their children, while a court considers the impact on children's rights to seek asylum. | Video
SAN DIEGO/WILMINGTON, Del. The U.S. government is struggling to reunite immigrant families it separated at the border with Mexico and only about half the children under age 5 will be back with their parents by a court-ordered deadline of Tuesday, a government attorney told a judge on Monday. | Video
SAN DIEGO The U.S. government must provide a list by Saturday evening of the estimated 100 children under the age of 5 who were separated from their parents when entering the United States, a federal judge ordered on Friday. | Video
SAN DIEGO A San Diego jury on Wednesday awarded $5 million in damages to relatives of a woman who was found hanged, bound and nude at the estate of her boyfriend, a wealthy pharmaceutical executive, in a mysterious 2011 death that police ruled was a suicide.
SAN DIEGO/NEW YORK A federal judge on Thursday said he was leaning toward approving a $25 million settlement of fraud claims against President Donald Trump and his Trump University real estate seminars but deferred a final decision to a later date.
SAN DIEGO A San Diego man charged with impaling five street people with railroad spikes, killing three of them, was declared on Monday to be mentally fit for trial in a crime spree that terrorized the homeless community of California's second-largest city last summer.
SAN DIEGO A San Diego man charged with impaling five homeless people with railroad spikes to the head, killing three of his victims, was due back in court on Monday for a proceeding to determine whether he is mentally fit to stand trial.