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If families are separated at the border, where do kids go?

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| The Trump administration announced last week that adults caught crossing the border illegally will be prosecuted, and families will be separated.

Santa Clarita becomes first LA County city to oppose state's 'sanctuary' law

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The council voted unanimously to support a federal lawsuit against the state over SB 54, which limits how local law enforcement can cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

What 'zero tolerance' on border crossings means for SoCal

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The crackdown on illegal entries by families will have an impact in places like Los Angeles, home to a large community of Central Americans where many aim to settle.

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Sessions says 'zero tolerance' for illegal border crossers, vows to divide families

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The administration says there has been a surge of illegal border crossings, especially by families. Immigrant advocates say the people are seeking asylum under international law.

ICE has blasted California's sanctuary laws, but immigrant arrests in jails are up

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California ICE arrests other than those occurring in the community went from 12,705 in fiscal year 2015 to 14,259 in fiscal year 2017.

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LA's May Day march challenges Trump administration's immigration policies

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The march's organizers say that the march is to "urge Angelenos to fight back attacks on workers, families, and communities by the Trump Administration."

Federal judge upholds DACA, outlines conditions to process new applications

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The U.S. District Court judge put his decision on hold for 90 days to give the Department of Homeland Security time to provide a better explanation as to why the program is unlawful.

Supreme Court to hear challenge to Trump travel ban

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The court will consider Hawaii's challenge to the revised travel ban. At issue: whether officials can block entry of those from certain Muslim-majority countries.

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