The hundreds of asylum-seekers who traveled through Mexico toward the U.S. approached the San Diego border crossing Sunday -- but officials have signaled they may not be able to make it through.
A caravan of hundreds of Central Americans that have traveled through Mexico over the past month will arrive on the southern U.S. border on Sunday, setting up a showdown at the nation's busiest border crossing as the group turns themselves over to border inspectors seeking asylum.
The Trump administration could be forced to re-examine its border wall plans and more actively engage with local, state and federal environmental agencies before construction begins, based on questions asked be a federal judge on Friday afternoon.
Tony Maglica started Maglite out of a tiny garage in Los Angeles in 1960. Today it's a multi-million dollar business that's struggling because of cheap imports and a California law that limits his ability to label his flashlights “Made in America.”