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In the news this morning: DHS to screen Arpaio's inmates after civil rights probe, deportations could split family between three countries,

Federal agents to screen Arizona jail inmates - Los Angeles Times Following the results of a federal investigation charging Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Maricopa County Sheriff's Office of "unconstitutional policing," Homeland Security will employ 50 agents to screen jail inmates for the county.

Judge to rule by end-year on South Carolina immigration law - Reuters A federal judge in Charleston, South Carolina has said he will decide by the end of the year whether to halt enforcement of a stringent new state anti-illegal immigration law.

For North Koreans in L.A., mixed emotions over Kim's death - Los Angeles Times From the story: "To many, the deceased strongman is not only the embodiment of an oppressive regime but also an inextricable part of the homeland they're still nostalgic for and sometimes feel compelled to defend."

Arizona Sheriff Arpaio Faces New Scandal After Arrested Man Clings to Life - Fox News Latino A 44-year-old Latino believed to be a Gulf War veteran is on life support after an incident at a Maricopa County facility in Arizona, creating further problems for the embattled law enforcement agency after federal allegations of civil rights violations against Latinos last week.

Hispanic family may not spend holidays together due to deportation - Fox News Latino The Giron family of South Gate, Calif. faces a complicated situation: The mother was recently deported to Mexico, and the father may soon be deported to his native Guatemala, leaving their children in the U.S. without either parent.