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Protesters circle the Immigration and Customs Enforcement processing center in protest to the Trump administrations family separations related to the zero-tolerance policy along the border, in Los Angeles, California, June 21, 2018.
Protesters circle the Immigration and Customs Enforcement processing center in protest to the Trump administrations family separations related to the zero-tolerance policy along the border, in Los Angeles, California, June 21, 2018.
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Scores of immigrant children separated from parents are at California facilities

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About 100 children removed from their parents at the U.S. Mexico border are now staying in child care facilities in California — including 16 kids aged eight to 17 in a Fullerton group home run by Crittenton Services for Children and Families.

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Assisted Suicide

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The fate of California’s assisted suicide law is in the hands of the courts. Last month a judge in Riverside overturned the law on a technicality. He said the state legislature didn’t follow proper procedures when it passed the law. On Friday, a state appellate court will hear arguments in an appeal of the judge’s ruling.

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Team Mexico vs. South Korea 

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On Saturday, "El Tri" faced off against South Korea's soccer team in the world cup and emerged victorious. The final score was 2-1 with Mexico's team taking the win. It was a game Los Angeles was watching closely. If you didn't get a chance to witness the excitement yourself, you can check it in the recap below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Buanb91xkVI&feature=onebox

Plus, listen in our play by play to figure out what comes next.

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Fox Entertainment is facing a talent mutiny over its relationship with Fox News

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Fox may have an uprising on its hands. More and more show runners and stars are openly speaking out against Fox Broadcasting Co. and 20th Century Fox TV’s association with Fox News.

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A dinosaur expert weighs in on the latest Jurassic World film

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This weekend, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," raked in an estimated $150 million.

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It's the fifth installment in the Jurassic Park franchise...and our second segment in our ongoing series, Movies with experts. Here's how it works: A Martinez goes to see a movie that centers around a particular subject, and an expert on that subject tags along. Afterwards, we discuss.

For "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," our expert told us about the film franchises shift in focus since the 1993 film.

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