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In the news this morning: Secure Communities under scrutiny, the other L.A. book festival this weekend, remembering the 1992 riots, more

Immigrants' fingerprinting program under scrutiny - Associated Press California Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren is pushing for an investigation into whether Homeland Security employees lied to the public, local governments and Congress about the Secure Communities immigration enforcement program.

Immigration Reform Won't Happen Without GOP Support, Obama Tells Latino Celebrities in a Meeting - Fox News Latino Comprehensive immigration reform doesn't stand a chance without Republican support, President Obama said in a White House meeting with Latino celebrities on Thursday.

A New Cultural Center Brings Mexican American Voices to L.A.'s Birthplace - GOOD The magazine's review of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a new downtown museum highlighting Mexican American history in Los Angeles.

Big LeaLA Spanish-language book fair in LA this weekend - 89.3 KPCC Coinciding with the Los Angeles Times book fair at USC this weekend is the LeaLA festival, put on by the organizers of the prestigious Guadalajara International Book Fair, who will raise their tent at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the first time.

South Los Angeles residents remember 1992 riots- The South Los Angeles Report A handful of Angelenos share their recollections on the anniversary of the riots that erupted April 29, 1992 following the acquittal of white police officers involved in the beating of black motorist Rodney King.