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In immigration news: Executive action, 'fugitive operations,' driver's licenses, more

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| GOP warns Obama against unilateral action,while immigrants are counting on it.

Typhoon Haiyan: Filipino-Americans keep up relief efforts, 1 year later


Southern California's Filipino-American community, the country's largest, continues to raise funds and plan relief missions for Haiyan survivors


In immigration news: GOP leaders warn Obama on executive action, Latino and Asian voters in the midterms, more


House Speaker John Boehner and other Republican leaders are warning President Obama of consequences if Obama takes solo action on immigration. This and more.

OC Republican victories impact Democratic supermajority


Election wins by candidates Janet Nguyen and Young Kim reverberate in the state Capitol, and may mark a shift in the GOP's relationship with Asian-Americans.

In immigration news: An 'amnesty' fact check, Latino and Asian American voters, immigration in a GOP Senate, more


Has President Obama promised 'amnesty' after the election to 11 million immigrants without legal status? No, he hasn't. This and more.

Hollaback video calls out catcallers, but cuts out white men


In the video, most of the men who street-harass, who catcall, yell sand follow the woman are black and Latino. Noticeably absent from the video? White men.


At LA's immigration courts, youth face critical steps with or without an attorney


Some children are the first to enter the immigration court system under a new, expedited program that requires them to have a court hearing within 21 days of their initial filing.

Asian-American voter engagement on the upswing in California


A new report suggests civic engagement among the nation's fastest growing racial group, Asian-Americans, is steadily improving.