How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Migration from Mexico, deported US veterans, Muslim voters, more

Obama 'confident' about immigration reform in a second term - CNN More on President Obama's take on immigration reform from a previously off-the-record interview with the Des Moines Register.

The return of migration from Mexico? Report suggests an uptick - Southern California Public Radio A new report from U.S. and Mexican researchers suggests that in the first half of 2012, there was a slight increase in northbound migration from Mexico after years of decline.

US veterans in limbo after being deported to Mexico - Fox News Latino On the U.S. veterans deported for criminal offenses who are now in Mexico; about a dozen are staying at a shelter called the Deported Veterans Support Home in Rosarito Beach, south of Tijuana. 

Poll: More Muslims support Obama, but one-fourth are undecided - Southern California Public Radio A poll of 500 U.S. Muslim voters suggests that while most lean toward reelecting President Obama, many are still undecided as to how they'll vote. But more than 90 percent said they plan to cast a ballot.

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