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Cambodia Town Is Mapping Its Political Future In Long Beach

Vy Sron has only been in the U.S. for five years. the 70-year-old immigrant was taking a civic engagement class in Cambodia Town when she asked: 'How come we don't have a local representative?'

This Teen Separated At The Border Is Finally Reuniting With Her Parents -- After 3 Months Apart

The Trump Administration is under a court order to reunite the migrant families separated under its zero tolerance border policies. Yet even a month after the deadline, children remain in federal shelters. One teen's story reflects in part why it's taking so long.

The Story Of How One Immigrant Family Was Torn Apart, Then Put Back Together Again

She was reunited with her young children, 10 and 12, in late July after more than two months apart. Now, she doesn't know if they can remain in the United States for good.

Chicken Pox Spreads To Even More Immigrant Detainees At Victorville Prison

What started as a few cases of chicken pox among immigrant detainees at the Victorville federal prison has now spread, with as many as half those held there under quarantine.

Separated Families In Southern California: What's Happened, And What Comes Next

The Trump administration has until the end of today to comply with a federal court order to reunite more than 2,500 migrant children ages 5 to 17 with their parents.

She Was Stalked And Attacked In Guatemala And Could Be Sent Back. This Is The Story Of One Local Asylum Seeker

"I could not tolerate what they did to me there," the young mother of three told KPCC/LAist this week, tearing up as she spoke.

Deadline's Up For Separated Families In LA -- But Some Reunions May Take Longer

A federal judge in San Diego said he'll give the government extra time to reunite some families of children under 5 who were separated at the border.

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