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Latino motorists describe anger at being stopped on 5 Freeway by sheriff’s unit seeking drugs

Some Latino motorists whose vehicles were stopped and searched by a Los Angeles County sheriff's team looking for drug traffickers allege they were the victims of racial profiling.

Screened at U.S. border, Canadians who are honest about using marijuana could be banned from America

With Canada set to legalize recreational marijuana on Wednesday, many Canadians face growing anxiety over what to say if U.S. customs agents ask them if they've used marijuana, ever.

Sears files for bankruptcy, will further shrink operations

The iconic retailer, which has lost shoppers to big-box stores and online rivals, said it plans to close more than 100 stores.

Trump's approval rating is in the dumps, even though the economy is soaring. One reason is Trump himself

Trump's overwhelming personality has overshadowed his policies, turning the midterm election into a very personal referendum.

L.A. voters will decide whether to eliminate a barrier to a public bank

Los Angeles voters will decide next month whether to nudge along the budding movement to create a public bank owned by the city, by altering the City Charter to allow L.A. to create a “purely commercial” enterprise.

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