International and regional innovators will gather in Tijuana for a 10-day conference, which aims to improve the city’s image.
Disaster preparedness in San Diego has been upgraded to suit the 21st century. The county recently unveiled an SD Emergency App designed to help residents be equipped when a natural disaster strikes.
Harvard Divinity School professor Karen King recently unveiled a papyrus, which is stirring worldwide debate regarding the marital status of Jesus Christ.
With President Barack Obama’s lead in the presidential race growing in key swing states such as Ohio and Florida, this debate could potentially make or break Mitt Romney’s campaign.
A month after the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was implemented, the Obama administration approved the first applicants. As many continue to apply, the process has proven to be strenuous.
The bizarre case of 21-year-old Chavis Carter, who authorities say shot himself in the head while handcuffed in the back of a police car, prompted numerous questions about the legitimacy of the Jonesboro Police Department’s investigation of the incident.
Rather than killing the proverbial cat, Curiosity has shifted its focus to other activities—namely, exploring and photographing Martian terrain.
The Internet’s ammenities continue to grow and as of the 2012 U.S. elections, California residents will be able to register to vote online.
Bomb threats have been prevalent all across the country during the last few weeks.
…the vending machine is the foundation’s next step in its efforts to raise awareness of the dangers of fetal alcohol syndrome.
Center for Islamic and Arabic Studies members and professors at San Diego State analyzed the viral protests across the world against the amateur anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims” that portrays and mocks the Prophet Muhammad.
Last week, members of the Islamic community were provoked, after an anti-Islamic video was posted online portraying the Prophet Muhammad as a womanizer, child molester and buffoon.