President Trump, fresh off his historic summit with Kim Jong Un, said a day with the North Korean leader was enough to render the nation "no longer a nuclear threat."
The optimism comes after North Korea pledged to denuclearize in a joint statement signed Tuesday. After praising North Korea, a totalitarian state that has sent thousands to forced labor camps, Trump reserved his criticism Wednesday for "our country's biggest enemy": journalists.
"They are fighting hard to downplay the deal with North Korea," Trump tweeted.
To be clear, Tuesday's joint statement included no deadlines, timetables or verification steps for the totalitarian state.
A newly approved ballot proposal will put a question to Californians in November: Should the state split into three? The proposal been driven by venture capitalist Tim Draper, who's argued California is too broad, too big and too diverse to be just one state. The idea seems unlikely to gain traction - one poll showed voters thumbs-downing it 4 to 1 - and Congress would still get final approval. It's an unlikely prospect, but California isn't the first to try.
Speaking of ballots: Here's what to know from Tuesday night's primaries in five states, where the party of Trump asserted itself and women won big.
North America won rights to host the 2026 World Cup in a FIFA vote among member nations that showed geopolitics at play - even in the world of soccer. North Korea, while on speaking terms with Trump, voted for Morocco, as did China. The United States' major Persian Gulf allies (such as Saudi Arabia and Kuwait) backed the North American bid. But for Morocco and its proposal to win out, it needed its neighbors: Seven African nations sided with the North American bid.
Two dogs attacked a woman and her toddler son on an East County roadside Thursday, leaving them seriously injured, authorities said.
A San Diego man who beat, raped and strangled a female friend after watching her have sex with another couple, then stuffed her body in a suitcase and put it out with the trash was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
On Friday, more pups across the country will join their masters at the office, gym and other businesses for the 20th annual Take Your Dog to Work Day.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris toured the Otay Mesa Immigration and Detention Facility Friday and visited migrant mothers who were separated from their children.
Three buildings on the campus of San Diego State University were briefly evacuated Friday due to a gas leak.
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As the weather heats up, County Animal Services says you may see more rattlesnakes out and about. The department has already received 656 rattlesnake calls since the beginning of the year, 100 more than last year at this time. Some 30 calls came in since last Wednesday.
A bleeding, gravely injured man banged on the door of a Lemon Grove home in an apparent last-gasp plea for help, and his death a short time later prompted sheriff's deputies to launch a homicide investigation, authorities said Friday.
High pressure over Northern Mexico will warm temperatures Friday. Coastal areas cooler due to weak onshore flow. Excessive heat warning in effect for San Diego County deserts through Friday evening.