Multi-American | How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Hope for Muslims in U.S., immigration reform talks in D.C., 'birthers' undaunted, Latino integration, more

Osama bin Laden death: Experts hopeful that Bin Laden's death will help ease anti-Muslim sentiment in U.S. - Los Angeles Times Some say the tense relations and suspicions faced by Muslims in the U.S. since the attacks of 9/11 might come to an end. Others say such change will come slowly.

Obama to Meet with Hispanic Congressional Caucus to Discuss Immigration Reform - Fox News Latino Now that the president has taken care of other business, he is meeting once again with Latino lawmakers to discuss how to fix problems in the immigration system.

Southern California 'birthers' continue to press their case - Los Angeles Times "Birthers" who weren't swayed by last week's release of President Obama's long-form Hawaii birth certificate and want to insist he is not a citizen are going to court.

Navy SEAL, Son of Mexican Immigrants, Helped Kill Osama Bin Laden, Report Says - AOL Latino One of the U.S. soldiers involved in the mission that killed Osama bin Laden is reportedly the son of immigrants from Guanajuato.

Latinos not integrating as well as some immigrants: study - Reuters A report from the Migration Policy Institute says that the nation's Latinos generally are having a more difficult time with integration relative to Asian, black and non-Latino white immigrants.