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About 80 mostly LGBT migrants reached the border city south of San Diego on Sunday. They plan to seek political asylum as early as Thursday, arriving weeks ahead of thousands en route to the U.S.
Several lanes of northbound traffic from Tijuana will be closed to install "port hardening infrastructure equipment." U.S. Customs and Border Protection says drivers should expect delays.
Both Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison had warned customers that the companies might need to shut off power because of heightened fire risks.
Negotiators for the U.K. and the European Union have a draft agreement laying out how the U.K. will leave the EU next March, but the agreement still needs to be ratified by both parties.
The White House suspended the reporter's credentials following a contentious news conference last week during which President Trump called him a "rude, terrible person."