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Cuban migration surges over land and by sea

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| U.S. Customs and Border Patrol figures show that more than 22,000 Cubans arrived at the U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada in the fiscal year.

Baldwin Park sued over police immigration hold

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Immigrant rights groups are suing a Los Angeles suburb whose police department jailed a man suspected of entering the U.S. illegally.

287(g): LA County sticks with controversial program

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287(g) supporters say the Sheriff's Dept. partnership with ICE identifies deportable inmates and helps LA County jails get reimbursed for some incarceration costs.

In immigration news: Some immigrants feel Ebola backlash, fewer jails holding immigrants for feds, family detention center criticized, more

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After a Liberian man was admitted to a hospital with Ebola virus in Dallas, some African immigrants say they've noticed different attitudes toward them. This and more.

In immigration news: Obama promises executive action, private lawyers take on child migrant cases, border agent charged, more

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Speaking Thursday night to Latino members of Congress, President Obama insisted he'd take solo action on immigration by the end of the year. This and more.

An illegal pharmaceuticals crackdown prompts consumer warnings

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Law enforcement officials in Los Angeles are cracking down on black market pharmaceutical sales and warning consumers; they say immigrants are most at risk.

Hong Kong protesters get Los Angeles support

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Some 500 supporters of the Hong Kong protests, many of them students, rally in downtown L.A.'s Grand Park.

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Federal grants help LA's child migrants get legal assistance

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Recently arrived child migrants in the Los Angeles area will be among those to benefit from legal aid financed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.