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Trump targets many more for possible deportation

Many more people living in the United States illegally could face rapid deportation – including people simply arrested for traffic violations – under the Trump administration’s sweeping rewrite of imm
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Judges dismiss case against mid-level Khmer Rouge cadre

A U.N.-backed court Wednesday dismissed a case against a former Khmer Rouge cadre charged with crimes against humanity, highlighting the difficulties of bringing lower level members of the brutal regi
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Verizon Moto G5 Plus Renders Leaked: 5 Expected Features Of The Upcoming Device

Verizon Wireless may soon release its Moto G5 Plus. The smartphone is expected to be showcased at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona on Feb. 26.
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Rumours of mismanagement absolutely incorrect: Ujaas Energy

In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Anurag Mundra, Joint MD CFO of Ujaas Energy said that rumours regarding mismanagement and auditor commentary are absolutely incorrect.
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EXCLUSIVE: Maruti aims to be one-stop shop for cars with Rohtak RD hub

Suzuki-controlled home-grown carmaker Maruti Suzuki is sprucing up its product development capabilities, aiming to become an end-to-end manufacturer and reducing dependence on its parent company.
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Snapdeal to lay off 600 people over next few days

According to sources, the company started the process last week and will lay off 500-600 people across Snapdeal, Vulcan (logistics) and Freecharge (digital payments business).
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Football: QB Matt Corral enrolls at Long Beach Poly

Former Oaks Christian quarterback Matt Corral, a USC commit, is taking his talents to . . . Long Beach Poly. Corral confirmed Tuesday night he will join the Jackrabbits. One reason will be the cha
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Former L.A. sheriff's deputy pleads no contest to killing man in Sylmar

An ex-Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy pleaded no contest Tuesday to killing a former neighbor in Sylmar who had been involved in a dispute with his son. Francisco “Frank” Gamez II entered the
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Boys' basketball: Howie Levine of Grant steps down as head coach after 31 years

Howie Levine of Grant announced on Tuesday night that he is stepping down as basketball coach after 31 years as head coach. He told his team after the Lancers' 86-82 double-overtime loss to Bernst
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Levee system battered by record rainfall from 'atmospheric river'

As the latest major storm to saturate California got in its final licks Tuesday, the state deployed all the weapons in its flood-control arsenal — including farm tractors, pontoon boats and contro
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U.S. attorney won't file charges after probe of $1.3-billion iPads-for-all project in L.A. schools

The U.S. attorney’s office has decided not to file charges after a lengthy FBI investigation into the bidding process that won Apple a contract to provide 650,000 iPads, one for every student, tea
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Girls' soccer: Southern Section playoff scores and updated pairings

GIRLS' SOCCER SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Second round, Tuesday JSerra 3, Los Osos 1 Los Alamitos 4, Palos Verdes 0 Chino Hills 2, Corona Santiago 0 Huntington Beach 0, San Clemente 0 (Huntington
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Girls' soccer: City playoff scores and updated pairings

GIRLS' SOCCER CITY DIVISION 1 Second round, Saturday El Camino Real 8, Legacy 0 South East 2, Los Angeles CES 1 Birmingham 2, Bravo 0 Taft 4, Bell 0 San Pedro 11, Chatsworth 0 Granada Hills 6, Los
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At Rep. Tony Cárdenas' town hall, Democrats worry about what Donald Trump may do

Trump's new immigration directives: stricter enforcement and more deportations Feb. 21, 2017, 9:24 p.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: New Homeland Security
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Boys' basketball: Birmingham, Taft to have rematch in City Section semifinals

Top-seeded Birmingham will have to beat its West Valley League rival Taft for a fourth time this season if it wants to stay on the path at winning its first City Section championship. The Patriots
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