The battle between the Motion Picture & Television Fund and the health care workers who look after some of its resident-care retirees is getting dirty. As the workers prepared to strike Monday they unleashed potentially embarrassing salary figures for some MPTF executives while also announcing that ... More >>
If there really was amnesty, ICE would be out of a job.La Opinion, L.A.'s Spanish-language paper (whose future is much brighter than the English-language paper, turns out!) ran a heartbreaking piece yesterday on the confusion surrounding what many immigrants are referring to as "Obama's law" ... More >>
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