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TSA Agents Find Knife in Enchiladas
TSA agents found a knife stuffed inside a woman's carry-on enchiladas at a Northern California airport. She was still allowed to fly.
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The top-selling music star is in the middle of his "Volver" tour.
Cortes: Obama Plans No Immigation Changes For Now
Rev. Luis Cortes speaks outside the White House Tuesday after he and other faith leaders met with President Obama.
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Democrats Try Shaming To Get Immigration Vote
Democrats are sending personalized memos to Republicans who have said they support immigration reform asking them to support legislation.
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Latino College Completion Remains Low
While gap in graduation rates narrow among traditional students, data including part-time students shows states still need to address the issue.
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'Toughest Sheriff' to Accept Racial Profiling Ruling
M. Alex Johnson
Court documents show Sheriff Joe Arpaio is prepared to sign a document saying he won't appeal a judge's finding of some racial profiling.
Bus Crash Victim's Twin Sister Had Nightmares Days Before Ill-Fated Trip
The Riverside teen says she "had a bad feeling" and was nervous days before her sister died.
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