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  • Loreto, a fishing village on Baja California's peninsula, is tiny, but has a lot to offer. 

Clams. Pizza. Pasta. This episode of "Pati's Mexican Table" will make your stomach rumble.

      

  • Hear stories of heroism, hope, and the forging of unbreakable bonds when We'll Meet Again • PBS returns on Tuesday night.

      

  • Republican Duncan Hunter takes an early lead over Democratic challenger Ammar Campa-Najjar. 

Reporter Priya Sridhar breaks down the close House race, along with what's going on across the country.

      

  • PBS NewsHour White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor this afternoon at a White House news conference asked President Donald J. Trump whether calling himself a nationalist on the campaign trail has been emboldening white nationalists. 

President Trump replied, "That's such a racist question.”

      

  • Democrat Mike Levin has taken an early lead over Republican Diane Harkey in the bid to replace outgoing Darrell Issa in the 49th District. 

Both candidates discuss how money played a factor (or didn't) in the race. https://kpbs.us/2SX1goq

      

  • Hey San Diego, need some last-minute help to fill out that ballot?

 KPBS has created an online Voter Guide to help you navigate candidates, ballot measures, polling locations among other resources. Here's how you can use it. https://bit.ly/2Po8qzU

      

  • President Trump's steel tariffs may force America's largest nail manufacturer, Mid Continent Nail, out of business. Located in Poplar Bluff, Mo., the factory is in a county where nearly 80 percent of voters supported Donald Trump in 2016. NPR’s David Greene talked to workers there about how they’re reconciling support for the president with the personal impact of the tariffs. https://n.pr/2Su57c6

      

  • Three Muslim-American voters from Detroit describe how their 2016 support for President Trump has evolved after he issued a travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries. https://n.pr/2DgOGeS

      

  • California could determine who wins the House of Representatives on Election Day. Here's a look at the key contests in the Golden State.

      

  • Four days before the election, the candidates for California governor, Gavin Newsom and John Cox, were stumping in San Diego Friday.

While they sit on opposite sides of the aisle, the candidates were encouraging voters with the same message: every vote counts.

      

  • The election is almost here! We asked state, county and citywide candidates this year where they stand on some of the most contentious issues ranging from homelessness to immigration. So where do they stand? Check out the candidate grid: https://kpbs.us/2zmZrIt

      

  • You know Valle De Guadalupe for the wine.

But do you know about it's booming, delicious food scene? "Pati's Mexican Table" explores the menu of Mexico's wine country.

      

Loreto, a fishing village on Baja California's peninsula, is tiny, but has a lot to offer. Clams. Pizza. Pasta. This episode of "Pati's Mexican Table" will make your stomach rumble.

 

 

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