John Sepulvado

John Sepulvado

KQED's 'The California Report'

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John Sepulvado is host of KQED's The California Report. A former local Weekend Edition host at Oregon Public Broadcasting, he has also served as news director at XRAYfm and a reporter for CNN, PRI and Marketplace.

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Six thousand U.S. military troops have been waiting at the border for the migrant caravan to arrive. President Trump ordered the troops there just before the election.

What are U.S. troops doing as migrants arrive at the border?

Six thousand U.S. military troops have been waiting at the border for the migrant caravan to arrive. President Trump ordered the troops there just before the election.

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On Wall Street, shares in California’s electric utilities are dropping -- on news that their equipment may have sparked the massive wildfires here and in Northern California.

Did California’s public utility companies play a role in sparking the recent wildfires?

On Wall Street, shares in California’s electric utilities are dropping -- on news that their equipment may have sparked the massive wildfires here and in Northern California.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Trump administration is backing away from its “zero tolerance” immigration policy.

Trump administration ​chooses 'catch and release' ​over 'zero tolerance'

The Trump administration is backing away from its “zero tolerance” immigration policy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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