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In the news this morning: English-only bills, Napolitano defends her record, young Egyptian Americans on the turmoil in Egypt, more

English-Only and English as Official Language Bills Gain Momentum - Fox News Latino The English-only movement continues, this time in the form of bills being pushed in Indiana and Minnesota.

Janet Napolitano Accuses Critics of Politicizing Border Issues - New York Times The Homeland Security chief said yesterday that arrests logged by the Border Patrol have fallen 36 percent in two years and that crime rates in many U.S. border cities remain low, in spite of continuing drug cartel violence on the Mexican side. She accused detractors of trying to "score political points."

Egyptian-American Youth Affected By Political Turmoil - NPR Michel Martin interviews two Egyptian American protesters from the Washington, D.C. area on what the protests in Egypt means to them, and how family members in Egypt have been affected.

Appeals court rules SF not responsible for deaths - San Francisco Chronicle An appeals court judge has ruled that the city is not responsible for the deaths of a father and two sons killed in 2008 because the alleged shooter, a man who was in the country illegally, was not previously reported to immigration authorities.

Troy man, 89, ordered deported - Detroit Free Press An immigration judge has ordered that John Kalymon, a man accused of collaborating with the Nazis during World War II, be deported "to Germany, Ukraine, Poland or any country that will take him."