Sep. 26, 2020


So far, local hospital impact has been steady, though the daily new-case total did increase Friday

A lawsuit, franchisee arbitration claims and regulatory sanctions loom over formerly ambitious expansion plans

Commission includes geographic and professional cross-section of six Whites, one Black, one Latino, one Asian

The company’s rapid coronavirus test proved key to Pac-12 green-lighting the return of football, basketball and winter sports

A 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel found Qualcomm’s business practices are legal under anti-monopoly laws; The FTC is seeking reconsideration by the full court.



Who gets asylum? A decade of immigration court data reveals a capricious asylum system that has fallen short of its promise of safety for 40 years

An asylum seeker’s chances at protection hinge on numerous factors that often seem arbitrary — from location to nationality to individual judge assigned — according to a Union-Tribune analysis of immigration court records

Researchers found that more than 1 million records of U.S. immigration cases were missing from recently released government databases

Reporters Kate Morrissey and Lauryn Schroeder discuss how they approached the second installment in a multi-part series that explores the asylum system and whether it is working the way it was intended


Friday, Sept. 25

12:00 p.m. | Together San Diego
Jose Cruz, CEO of the San Diego Council on Literacy, joins us along with the Union-Tribune’s V.P. of advertising Paul Ingegneri, to share with us how you can enjoy the Festival of Books all year long and tell us how much was raised for the San Diego Council on Literacy at this year’s virtual event.

1:30 p.m. | San Diego News Fix
Union-Tribune reporter Phillip Molnar discusses downtown’s construction boom despite the area’s many pandemic-related vacancies. San Diego News Fix is also available wherever you get your podcasts.

Explore our literary event, which includes discussions with more than 75 award-winning authors.

A diversity of views and perspectives

The Community Voices Project is a forum for respectful discourse about news of the day and matters of the community that brings dozens of thought leaders together in a public dialogue, which can be a model for others.

Mickey Patterson-Tyler: Legendary track star

Fourth in a series: A project marking the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment

  • Diane Bell

    Chronicling life in and around the region.

  • Lisa Deaderick

    Conversations about social justice issues with activists, experts and everyday people.

  • Karla Peterson

    Stories on San Diego’s community and cultural life from an award-winning columnist.

  • Michael Smolens

    Political analysis from a veteran San Diego journalist.


President Donald Trump’s remarks in Ohio this week reverberated to Florida, where senior citizens parsed his assessment of the pandemic

President Donald Trump is trying to chip away at his Democratic rival’s advantage with black and Hispanic voters during a two-day campaign swing

FBI Director Christopher Wray was the target of White House criticism for the second time in a week Friday as Chief of Staff Mark Meadows criticized remarks he made a day earlier to Congress about voter fraud

Hear from Eric Hosmer, Fernando Tatis Jr. and Jayce Tingler and see the reaction from fans as the Padres clinch a postseason berth for the first time since 2006.

This session is geared toward families of students with disabilities. Experts will discuss and answer your questions about parents’ and students’ rights during school closures.

The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board interviews California Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins.

San Diegans Protest Breonna Taylor Ruling

Protesters took to the streets of downtown San Diego on Wednesday night after a grand jury in Kentucky declined to bring homicide charges in Breonna Taylor’s death.

Padres on deck: Angels closing out Petco’s regular season

Previewing the Padres’ two-game series against the visiting Los Angeles Angels: 6:10 p.m. Tuesday and 1:10 p.m. Wednesday

MLB power rankings: ‘In Preller We Trust’

A weekly look at who’s hot, who’s not and how all 30 Major League Baseball teams are stacking up in 2020

Photos: Padres clinch playoff spot

The Padres end a 14-year playoff drought with a 7-4, 11-inning win over the Mariners on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020.

Bills introduced by Democrats Mike Levin and Scott Peters address COVID-19 housing relief, mental health for veterans

Members of the newly formed U.S. Space Force are deploying troops to a vast new frontier: the Arabian Peninsula

Blaze is reported to be burning within containment lines and not threatening structures


OSIM UK Introduces a New Massage Chair


Crewe, UK, 31 August 2020: uDivine V Massage Chair finally arrived in the U.K. This revolutionary chair was released in Asia last year. The uDivine Massage Chair not only treats aches and pains but also relaxes the user, improving their sleep and overall well-being.

The uDivine V Massage Chair uses the latest technology to replicate the sensation of being massaged by a real person. The 720-degree roller balls rotate 360 degrees in both directions, effectively rubbing down your muscles.

This massage chair can target both the upper and lower body, enhancing your comfort and relaxation.

The uDivine V Massage Chair also has capabilities that other massage chairs don’t have. This chair massages your upper and lower body at the same time using their innovative 4-hand massage technology, mimicking the sensation of receiving a massage by two masseuses.

What separates the uDivine V Massage Chair from other massage chairs on the market? This chair is meant for the busy person. The entrepreneur, the dreamer, the go-getter, and anyone who is busy chasing after their dreams.

People like this need frequent massages. Why wait for an appointment with a masseuse if you can get a massage from the comfort of home? Busy people can rest in the uDivine V Massage chair, getting an effective massage that melts away stress and improves your sleep.

Lack of stress and better sleep does more than improving health. Users will feel energised and inspired to achieve their dreams.

OSIM offers even more massage products. This includes massage chairs, massagers that target the upper and lower body, and portable massagers.

Like their uDivine V Massage Chair, all of their products are the best in the market. They use AI-driven technology to identify individual body needs, offering a variety of solutions in just one product.

Those who are looking for the ultimate pain-free and relaxing experience will benefit the most from the uDivine V Massage Chair. But anyone can use OSIM products are still decrease tension, pain, and loosen stiff muscles.

In addition to the uDivine V Massage Chair, OSIM offers many massage chair options as well as sofas.

They use innovative technology that uses the same squeeze and knead techniques used by real massage therapists. These techniques not only decrease pain but they improve circulation, resulting in many health benefits.

Users can also customise their experience with app control. AI technology will recognise your massage preferences and offers personalised massage programs and suggested massage routines. These chairs even support music downloads so users can unwind after a long day of chasing their dreams.

Customers shouldn’t be afraid to spoil themselves. These massage products will benefit their body and mental health.

About the Company: OSIM is a global company that offers health and lifestyle products. Consumers all over the world trust this brand to improve their well-being. This company has over 40 years of experience in delivering reliable and innovative products. They ship worldwide and offer free shipping.

Press Contact:

Name: Tommy
Address: The Weston Centre, Weston Rd, Crewe CW1 6FL, United Kingdom
Phone number: +44 1270 253377

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