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South Texas town’s residents must choose: Help the Border Patrol, or border crossers?

To experience life on the U.S.-Mexico border up close, The Times rented a house in Roma, Texas, half a block from the Rio Grande.

Artist Shepard Fairey will insist on removal of his own mural if LAUSD paints over controversial artwork

Fairey said it’s important for the school district to understand that it made a poor decision in succumbing to what it apparently considered to be the path of least resistance.

Some L.A. pensions are so huge they exceed IRS limits, costing taxpayers millions

Lavish pensions forced the city to establish an 'Excess Benefit Plan' to pay what the pension system cannot legally cover, using money that could otherwise fix sidewalks, fight homelessness or hire more cops.

After nearly two years in the White House, Trump’s lies start catching up with him

Both in court and in the wider realm of policy, Trump's untruths have begun showing real consequences.

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