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Hundreds at Lindbergh Field rallied in protest of Trump's executive order

The sidewalks were elbow to elbow with protesters at Lindbergh Field.

Although there is no official count, hundreds of people, protestors descended upon Terminal Two at San Diego International Airport Sunday night to show opposition to Donald Trump’s executive order which limits immigrants from entering the United States.

Protests from all over the country have been in full swing at some of the busiest airports.

A gay Iranian asylumee documents his plight after returning to U.S.

Gay Iranian green card holder, Maysam Sodagari (May Sam) returned to a different America than the one he left for vacation last week. 

On Friday President Trump signed an executive order barring any people from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the country including those with visas or green cards. 

San Diego no longer in drought

San Diego comes out seven-year drought thanks to last week's storms.

Those heavy rains that drenched San Diego County last week, wreaking havoc on roadways and property, brought a silver lining.

Gay waiter gets hateful message in lieu of tip

A hateful tip left for one waiter at a Louisville Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.

A gay waiter in Louisville received a tip that he didn’t want after customers wrote a homophobic slur on their bill before leaving.

Mayor Faulconer: 'We already have a safe and secure border'

Mayor Kevin Faulconer will not waver in U.S.-Mexican relations.

On Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order to begin building a border wall in the southwestern part of the United States.

He also made it clear that international relations with Mexican immigrants would be severely overhauled as he implemented funding for increased border patrol officers and detention centers.

CA senators submit bill to easily change gender on official state documents

Senator Atkins and Senator Wiener introducing SB 179.

California Senators Toni Atkins (D) and Scott Weiner (D) put forth, on Thursday, Senate Bill 179 (SB179) - The Gender Recognition Act of 2017, that would make it  easier for transgender, intersex and nonbinary people to obtain state-issued identity documents that accurately reflect their gender.