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In immigration news: Reform on backburner, Latinos sour on Obama, midterm elections

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| Poll shows diminishing support for immigration reform. Latino voters less fond of Obama performance. Colorado Democrats may struggle in midterm elections.

Activists regroup after Obama postpones immigration action

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Activists say they will focus on strengthening Latino electoral might and pressuring Obama to take broad executive action.

US Border Patrol apprehending fewer Central Americans

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Increased Mexican patrols along that country's southern border may be one factor in the drop in numbers seen by the U.S. Some migrants appear to be giving up and staying in southern Mexico.

Chinese home builders cross over into SoCal

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Landsea Group said it's investing $1 billion in the U.S. housing market. In California, it is building a community for nearly 200 households in Simi Valley.

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Little Tokyo workers join growing numbers claiming 'wage theft'

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Thirteen workers at a Little Tokyo restaurant have filed claims with the state that they've been cheated out of wages.

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Unauthorized immigrants: Staying longer, raising families, and part of the economy

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Two new reports suggest that while there are fewer immigrants in the US illegally than before the recession, more have stayed long-term - and make up a sizeable chunk of the state's workforce.

In immigration news: Executive order in question, license lawsuit, Latino voters

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White House admits executive order might be delayed. Fight in Nebraska over granting driver's licenses to DACA recipients. Presidential prospects court Latino voters.

Glendale's monument to comfort women comes under attack — again

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Opponents of the monument to comfort women are appealing a federal judge's decision to dismiss an earlier suit, and have filed a new suit over the statue's plaque.