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In the news this morning: The recall of Russell Pearce, Latino voters still favor Obama, the 'All-American Muslim' reality show, more

Does Russell Pearce recall portend a new Arizona? - Los Angeles Times What does the recall by voters of Arizona state senate president Russell Pearce, architect of the controversial and much-imitated SB 1070 anti-immigration law, mean for Arizona and for immigration politics?

Latinos still back Obama but don't know GOP candidates, poll shows - CBS News A new poll by Univision and the polling firm Latino Decisions shows that if the presidential election were today, Latino voters would favor President Obama two-to-one over his GOP rivals. 

Report Faults Border Patrol on Bus and Train Searches - New York Times A new report is critical of the Border Patrol's searches of domestic trains and buses in upstate New York, often many miles from the Canadian border, during which passengers' identification is checked.

South Carolina Immigration Law Challenged by 16 Nations - Fox News Latino Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, Ecuador and Chile are among the countries whose governments have filed papers seeking to join a federal lawsuit against a stringent new anti-illegal immigration law in South Carolina.

All-American Muslim: TV Review - The Hollywood Reporter A review of the "All-American Muslim" reality show set in Dearborn, Michigan, which premieres Sunday on TLC. The show follows several members of the Lebanese immigrant community in Dearborn, home to the largest concentration of Muslims in the U.S.

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