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The supply chain problems currently plaguing the California coast aren’t unique to the Golden State. Nationally, a shortage of long-haul truckers has led some companies to recruit abroad.

In a plan developed by the White House's supply chain disruptions task force, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will ramp up to 24/7 operations ahead of the holiday season, as dozens of cargo ships carrying as many as 1 million containers bob idly off the California coast. Read more»

Los Angeles County opened Dodger Stadium as a mass-vaccination site.

Los Angeles became the largest city in the nation to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter certain indoor businesses, large events and city buildings - voting 11-2 Wednesday in favor of adding the rule to its Municipal Code, which goes into effect Nov. 6. Read more»

The concertina or 'razor' wire installed in Nogales, Arizona in Feb. 2019.

Legal nonprofit Al Otro Lado and 13 immigrants turned back from making asylum claims at ports of entry along the U.S.–Mexico border proved the "metering" policy violates rights enshrined in the Administrative Procedure Act and Constitution, a federal judge ruled Thursday. Read more»

A protected Saguaro cactus stands taller than the 30-foot steel bollard border wall erected by the Trump administration which cuts through Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona.

President-elect Joe Biden made a campaign promise to stop building Donald Trump’s border wall. But how will the incoming administration will repair the damage — environmental, cultural and political — the wall’s already done? Read more»

A federal judge overseeing an immigration class action found Tuesday that asylum seekers aren’t at risk of being deported under the “safe third country” rule to three South American countries many are fleeing, despite reports this week deportations have been made to Guatemala. Read more»

Central American migrants, like these who waited at the Nogales border, may have a way into America after an asylum seeker won his case under a new federal policy.

More than 24 hours after he became the first person granted refugee status under the “Migrant Protection Protocols” policy requiring asylum seekers to remain in Mexico while their immigration claims are pending, a man was released to a sponsor in San Diego Wednesday after his attorney called for his release. Read more»