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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


“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'


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


Community groups take conservation message to immigrant enclaves


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


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

Commission focuses on issues undocumented Asian Americans face


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


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


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.