In 2011, some 1,500 children in southern California were removed from detained or deported parents, and placed in state care. That’s according to an investigation by the Applied Research Center, a think-tank specializing in race issues.
Today is Jerry Brown's last day in China. The governor has been there for over a week, talking about improved trade, high-speed trains, and the environment. Governor Brown and Chinese officials agreed on and signed a non-binding environmental accord.
As cities throughout the U.S. consider soda bans as a way to crack down on our sugar intake, Mexico City is looking for ways to reduce consumption of salt. Mexicans consume as much as three times the amount of salt that Americans do.
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