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In the news this morning: Deportation reviews find 1 in 6 qualify to stay, plans for a bilingual college, historic Chinatowns in decline, mo

In Test of Deportation Policy, 1 in 6 Offered Reprieve - New York Times A review of 7,900 deportation cases in immigration court in Denver, part of an Obama administration pilot program to review these cases, has identified about 1,300 people who qualify to remain in the United States, though it won't give them legal status.

California's New Bilingual College Speaks the Language of America's Future - GOOD A $100 million investment fund, backed by a German media company and two Texas university systems, plans to launch a new bilingual university in California.

As Asian-Americans move to suburbs in record numbers, signs of decline in historic Chinatowns - The Washington Post Historic urban Chinatowns are becoming vestiges of a century ago, as rising housing costs and other factors have driven Asian Americans into the suburbs.

South Carolina's Immigration Law Weighs on Latinos' Minds Before GOP Primary - ABC News With the Republican presidential primary in South Carolina set for Saturday, immigration is a top-of-mind issue for many, especially in light of a controversial new state law.

Muslims say Ron Paul is their kind of Republican - Houston Chronicle After abandoning the Bush-era GOP and having a preference for Democratic candidates, why are some Muslims embracing Republican candidate Ron Paul? His position on civil liberties appeals to those who support him.