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Mexico sent in the army to fight the drug war. Many question the toll on society and the army itself

Mexico sent in the army to fight powerful drug cartels, but now some soldiers and officers question whether the effort is working or undermining civil liberties.

Visionaries and scoundrels made the Los Angeles Times, which returns to local ownership after 18 years

The Chandler dynasty shaped the city with a newspaper, only to sell it and fade into history. A new owner plans to use it to build his own legacy.

Texas Border Patrol center where immigrant families are separated draws lawmakers, protest

Last month, Border Patrol started charging more immigrant parents with crossing the border illegally in federal criminal court and separating them from their children, sometimes only for a few hours, officials said.

Building L.A.'s rail system will create thousands of jobs. Can a transportation boarding school fill them?

Los Angeles County officials are proposing a free public boarding school in South L.A. that would specialize in transportation and infrastructure.

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Gambling on a California split has its allure, but it's too much hassle — and a 'real threat'

Troublemaker Tim Draper’s latest proposal to split California into three states is impractical, a fantasy and doomed. But it does have an allure.

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