The anti-nuke activist has spent years fighting the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Now, the impossible is on his horizon: its permanent shutdown
Orange County is home to growing numbers of refugees from that country's growing civil war
[Crossing the Line] The U.S. Supreme Court and President Barack Obama leave the undocumented and their allies no choice but to escalate civil disobedience
After their mother was deported to Mexico, the Brito children embarked on a two-year journey trying to navigate life in the United States on their own
What would comprehensive immigration reform look like if the Feds got off their duffs?
Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum.
Inside the brutal world of America's kidnapping capital
On the front line of the U.S. war on drugs, a Mexican city bleeds to death
Wikipedia CommonsTariq RamadanWhat the American Islamic Forum for Democracy derides as the "Tariq Ramadan American Islamist Victory Tour 2010" includes a May stop near Disneyland, where American Muslims are being warned by the self-described liberty lovers to "be on guard" as the Swiss academic ... More >>
On the dark side for fans of equal justice, President Bush granted an 11th hour clemency for two ex-federal border agents who shot an unarmed Mexican drug dealer, destroyed evidence, covered up a crime scene and filed false reports about what happened. On the bright side, a senior White House offici ... More >>
Ten years after California legalized medical marijuana, OCs war on cannabis continues
"Fresh perspective" and "new eyes" have been Bush administration buzzwords since the nomination of Robert Gates to be Secretary of Defense was announced. Whether the eyes of Mr. Gates-- which saw no evil when he was the Number 2 man at the CIA while the Reagan administration was busy undermining th ... More >>
A former CIA pilot says secret flights to El Toro could explain a Marine officers suicide
Seeking low wages and lax environmental laws, OC boardmakers reluctantly find themselves in Asia
Military sales to Latin American dictators, CIA contacts, and the strange odyssey of OC cabby Richard Schorling