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In the news this morning: Obama on the 'Piolín' show, an 'anti-jihad' industry, veterans facing deportation, more

Obama: Fate of immigration reform hinges on election - The Hill Some highlights of President Obama's in-studio interview with L.A.'s "Piolín por la Mañana" host Eddie Sotelo. The interview was taped Friday and aired this morning.

Naturalization docs add security features - USA Today New naturalization certificates will have features to prevent tampering and forgery.

Anti-Muslim crusaders make millions spreading fear - The Tennessean A report on a multi-million-dollar "anti-jihad" industry that employs self-proclaimed experts.

Tony Blair's sister-in-law converts to Islam - AFP The former British prime minister's sister-in-law Lauren Booth converted recently following a visit to Iran.

Whitman loses ground with Latinos, poll finds - San Francisco Chronicle Whitman's firing of her undocumented maid, and her handling of the resulting controversy, has damaged her standing among Latinos in the governor's race.

Immigrant vets face deportation despite service - The Associated Press Legal-resident military veterans are not exempt from a 1996 law that greatly expanded the list of offense for which people may be deported.