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  • Food FYI: How do you like your iced coffee?

     
    Food FYI: How do you like your iced coffee?; farm bill; Doritos Locos taco; wedding cakes...
  • Alleged cartel 'queen' arrested at unassuming El Monte apartment

     
    In Mexico, the media called her “La Bonita,” the pretty one, or “La Chula,” the beautiful one or “La Reina del Crimen,” the queen of Mexican crime....
  • Mexican drug cartel operative arrested in El Monte, officials say

     
    A 27-year-old woman believed to be a "main U.S.-based operative" of the Mexican drug cartel La Familia was arrested in El Monte last week and deported, officials said....
  • Deportation case closures rise, but backlog continues

     
    Under a review, which was initiated late last year by the Obama administration, officials were directed to examine about 300,000 cases pending before the nation’s immigration courts for possible closure. But since that time, about 111,000 new...
  • Authorities hope images of child porn suspects can solve crimes

     
    Federal authorities in Los Angeles on Thursday announced criminal complaints against two suspects depicted in a widely circulated series of child pornography images, asking for the public’s help in locating the individuals. Investigators believe the...
  • FBI deems fatal shooting of ICE agent in Long Beach justified

     
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation has determined that an immigration agent was justified in fatally shooting a colleague who had shot their boss at a federal building in Long Beach last year....
  • 2012 in review: A rebel scene arises in classical music world

    2012 in review: A rebel scene arises in classical music world
    It's been a year of hand-wringing at arts institutions on both sides of the Atlantic. The world economy has been particularly effective in scarifying orchestras and opera companies. In the United States, several orchestras are in various states of...
  • The Japan quake and nuclear power; the ICE's Secure Communities program; the Palestinians new strategy

    Japan's nightmare Re "Japan crisis may derail 'nuclear renaissance,' " March 14 If anything good can be said to have come from the terrible disaster in Japan, it is the realization that nuclear power plants can, at any time, be subjected to unexpected...
  • Obama administration reports record number of deportations

    Obama administration reports record number of deportations
    The Obama administration deported a record number of illegal immigrants for the third straight year, according to figures released Tuesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Despite facing criticism from both sides of the political spectrum,...
  • Suspect in San Francisco mass killing pleads not guilty

     
    The suspect in the slayings of five people in a San Francisco home pleaded not guilty to murder charges Thursday. Binh Thai Luc, 35, faces five counts of murder with special circumstances, including intentionally killing a person while lying in......
  • Man killed in Honduras prison fire was deported despite court stay

     
    Los Angeles immigration agents are reviewing why a Honduran man who died in a massive prison fire was sent back to his native country weeks after receiving a stay of deportation....