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Monsanto wages legal fight against California's carcinogenic designation of its product.

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The U.S. has some of the best beaches for surfing, snorkelling, and getting naked. He is our list.

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A novelty idea that doesnt seem so dumb.

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That's a lot of guacamole in the black market

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Business is booming for Latino entrepreneurs, especially in Southern California, where the growth in the number of Hispanic-owned businesses (HOBs) has bloomed despite the recession and tough economic recovery. But revenues for those enterprises haven't grown at the same pace.

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It's the second year the cities are ranked by SmartAsset.

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One of three inmates who escaped from a maximum-security jail in Southern California a week ago has turned himself in to authorities.

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As the Obama administration faces controversy for stepping up deportation efforts, a viral video showing the arrest of an undocumented immigrant in California illustrates the effect such measures are having on families residing in the United States.

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Authorities are on the hunt for three inmates who escaped the Orange County Central Men's Jail in Santa Anna, California, last Friday.

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A number of states are slated to usher in a slew of new laws to welcome in the new year. Some will provide workers with much needed relief and extra pay, while others will loosen or tighten gun regulations.

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With the appointment of California Assemblyman Anthony Rendon as Speaker of the State Assembly, Latinos will lead the Golden State’s two legislative bodies. California Assembly Democrats elected Rendon, a Democrat representing California's 63rd Assembly District, which includes Lakewood and North Long Beach, to replace current Speaker Toni Atkins, who represents San Diego. Atkins was elected to the speakership in 2014 and concludes her term in January 2016.

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The California State Senate has reportedly stalled on legislation that would provide work permits for the state's undocumented immigrants working in the agricultural industry.

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Early last year, Pew Research predicted that Latinos would surpass whites as the largest racial/ethnic group in California. Recently, the nonpartisan fact tank confirmed that the milestone was reached in 2014 when non-Hispanic whites became outnumbered by the state's 15 million Hispanics.

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"San Andreas" star and Oscar nominee Paul Giamatti can now add seismologist to his diverse list of movie roles. However, this time around his takeaway is very different -- that Mother Nature is an absolute force to be reckoned with and that her seismic energy shouldn't be taken lightly. Latin Post caught up with Giamatti in an exclusive interview in Los Angeles, where the film "San Andreas" is based, and spoke with him about his latest role as Lawrence Hayes, a leading Caltech seismologist who believes he's found a way to track earthquakes before they happen and knows the worst is yet to come.

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Latinos appear to still be looking from the outside in when it comes to getting college degrees, according to the latest figures.

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California has made it legal for undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license, and thousands are utilizing the opportunity.

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