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OC school district to offer Calif.'s 1st Vietnamese-English immersion program

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| The Westminster School District is about 40 percent Vietnamese and will be the first in the state to launch the special program.

Challenges expected during executive action rollout


Millions could benefit from President Obama’s new immigration plan, but implementation will present challenges, according to a top federal immigration official.

In immigration news: Executive action backlash, feds want immigration lawsuit dismissed, border checkpoints, more


President Obama's recent executive order on immigration has already brought backlash from the right, but there's also pressure to do more from the left. This and more.

South Texas family lockup will be nation's largest


A former oil field workers' camp in rural South Texas is being converted into the nation's largest family immigration detention center.

Sony hack, 'Exodus' heighten calls for diversity in Hollywood


Top filmmakers and studio heads were accused of minimizing, ignoring, entertainers of color.

1,300 in LA seek help on immigration action


The Coalition for Humane Immigration Reform of Los Angeles told immigrants that they could start applying as early as February and to start getting documents in order.


In immigration news: Applying for immigration action, ICE lawsuit, diverse books, and more


The head of USCIS says immigrants can start applying for immigration action as early as February. Workshops on executive action crop up around the country. "We Need Diverse Books" campaign includes children's lit on immigration.

In immigration news: Latinos and executive action, more states join backlash lawsuit, immigrant fraud protection bill, more


A new poll from Gallup has a narrow majority of Latinos saying they approve President Obama's recent executive order on immigration. This and more.