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In the news this morning

Good morning. Several interesting stories to share today: cold-case hate crimes, the continuing mosque controversy, ICE arrests in New England, immigration politics in Arizona and more. Here goes.

Scant Progress Seen in Effort to Solve Old Racial Killings - (The New York Times)

'Ground zero mosque': Worldwide, Muslims bemused by mosque controversy - (Los Angeles Times)

Elderly and disabled immigrants may lose financial aid - (Los Angeles Times)

Trial to begin for candidate who sent mailers to Latino voters | 89.3 KPCC (Southern California Public Radio)

Five years after Katrina, New Orleans sees higher percentage of Hispanics (The Washington Post)

Post Card Delivers Hate Message To Hispanic Family - Nashville News Story - WSMV Nashville (

47 arrested in New England ICE-led gang enforcement action (

Playing hardball: Odds are favorable that 'Boycott Arizona' is a winning message (The Washington Post)

Illegal Immigration Issues Make Their Way to New England - TIME NewsFeed (

BBC News - Hardtalk - 'Toughest sheriff in US' defends anti-immigration laws (BBC News)

Keep Immigrants Out Is McCain Refrain That May Mean Re-Election - Bloomberg (

John McCain's Wife's Budweiser Distributorship Boycotted by Latino Group Over SB 1070 - Phoenix News - Feathered Bastard (

Will the Real John McCain Please Stand Up? | Mother Jones (Mother Jones)

Immigration Plays Major Role In Arizona Primary : NPR (NPR)