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A look at where the 2016 hopefuls stand on immigration

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| Immigration is a big issue during presidential campaigns. Here's a glimpse at where Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and other candidates stand.

New play 'UAC ETA TBD' digs into youth migration crisis

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“Unaccompanied Alien Children, Estimated Time of Arrival, To Be Determined” considers the current youth migration crisis by pulling facts straight from the news.

Cambodians in Long Beach mark genocide: 'These are the survivors'

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The Vietnam War also spilled over into Cambodia. Today, a community in Long Beach comes to terms with the tragedy that sent thousands fleeing.

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Community groups take conservation message to immigrant enclaves

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Groups that serve diverse immigrant groups are part of a DWP grant program that does outreach on water conservation.

A new Little Saigon emerges as food, cultural scene evolves

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Second-generation Vietnamese-Americans are bringing new flavor to Orange County community.

Commission focuses on issues undocumented Asian Americans face

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The there are around 400,000 undocumented Asian Americans in California that need help accessing services, says commissioner Karthick Ramakrishnan.

New housing development near Mariachi Plaza worries locals

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Boyle Heights residents halted the MTA's plan to develop the historic plaza, but an apartment building slipped under their radar, and will soon break ground nearby.

New generations of Armenian-Americans still passionate about recognizing genocide

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As the genocide's 100th anniversary approaches, the memory of the killings in 1915 is still vivid for Armenian-Americans whose ancestors survived generations ago.

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