Tom Herriman's Journal
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Justine and her children Regine and Daniella from Cameroon and their friend Jeanette from Nigeria left africa 11 months... Continues...

Karamoja, Uganda, March 2014
Karamoja is one of the poorest districts in Uganda. Its vibrant traditional culture is being reshaped by powerful... Continues...

Sex, War, Kidnapping, Bootleggers
Recently I tried to put down some recollections of my Dad's family that I could pass along to my kids and future... Continues...

Fighting Foreclosure
Bank of America lost Bertina Jones mortgage modification documents twice, then foreclosed on her house. The banks law... Continues...

Basketball in Raleigh NC on M.L. King day
January 2016, I met my daughter Erika in Raleigh where she officiated at the women's basketball game between Duke and... Continues...

Migrant Caravan Stalled in Tijuana
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Thousands of migrants from Central America seeking asylum from violence and poverty in their home countries have settled into semi-permanent camps in Tijuana Mexico, supported by donations of food and clothing, with some minimal help from the Mexican government. For most of them, the prospects of getting into the U.S. are increasingly bleak, because of President Trump’s determination to block almost all immigration at the Mexico U.S. border. Tom Herriman reported in December from Tijuana. Photo: A young caravan member watches over children's classes, and adult discussions at El Barretal migrant camp in Tijuana.
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Border Stories
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Amidst the chaos and public furor over the Trump Administration’s zero tolerance and family separation policies, immigrants from all over the world are still streaming to US border crossings in hopes of finding safety, and economic prosperity. Tom Herriman reports from El Paso Texas. In the Photo, Johanna, Hazel and Jeffrey Vasquez.
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Rep. Denham in hotseat at 10th C.D. forum
Democrats are targeting 23 republican held seats in the 2018 congressional elections in districts where Clinton won the popular vote, but a republican incumbent held on to the congressional seat. Seven of these districts are in California including the 10th in the San Joaquin valley about 90 miles east of San Francisco. The district includes the towns of Modesto, Tracy and Turlock. The valley is an agricultural behemoth that produces half of the fruits nuts and vegetables grown in the U.S. Latinos are the largest ethnic group at 44% of the population. In recent years new housing developments have attracted a commuter population trying to escape exorbitant housing prices in nearby San Jose and Silicon Valle
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Trump's DC hotel profits may be unconstitutional
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Several legal experts and a Washington watchdog group called Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington are suing President Trump in federal court alleging he is violating the emoluments clause in the U.S, Constitution, which forbids public officials from taking bribes and financial gifts from foreign governments. The suit alleges President Donald Trump received money from foreign governments through his private business deals… Tom Herriman has more.
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Oakland demolishes homeless village
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City of Oakland police and sanitation crews dismantled a homeless encampment at 36th and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in west Oakland Feb 2, evicting as many as fifteen residents and barring dozens more volunteers and supporters from the area. Photo: Village resident Nancy Mitchell packs up her belongings into a shopping cart under watchful eyes of Oakland Police. Report by Tom Herriman.
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