How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Immigration not top concern for Latinos (except in Arizona), Castro's son says he's not dead, more

Immigration a concern, but not most pressing issue, for Latinos - Los Angeles Times A new Pew Hispanic Center survey finds Latinos most concerned about issues like education, jobs, the economy and healthcare.

Immigration most important issue for Arizona's Latino voters: Poll - Huffington Post It may not be the biggest concern nationally, but a poll of Latino voters in Arizona released this week had about 55 percent of respondents saying immigration is the biggest political issue for them.

Body found after clash at the Mexican border - New York Times The body of a 16-year-old boy was found on the Mexican side of the border after U.S. Border Patrol agents in Nogales, Arizona fired shots two suspected drug smugglers near the border, who agents said were throwing rocks.

Son of Fidel Castro says dad in good health - Fox News Latino The latest in a long string of speculative back-and-forths this week after a blog reported the elderly Cuban leader to be in failing health, leading to a social media firestorm of rumors that Castro was already dead. 

Anti-Muslim filmmaker Nakoula asks court to take him out of protective custody - Daily Beast Alleged "Innocence of Muslims" filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula asked at a federal court hearing to be placed in the general population in jail, although prosecutors said his being around hundreds of inmates would be “unwise.”

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