Jennifer Medina

New York Times

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The University of Southern California is sometimes called the University of Spoiled Children. The college admissions cheating scandal hasn’t helped USC shed that reputation.

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In the Central Valley, Donald Trump has a lot of supporters, but there are also undocumented workers who are the backbone of the farm economy.

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In the Central Valley, Donald Trump has a lot of supporters, but there are also undocumented workers who are the backbone of the farm economy.

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Trump’s pick for Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder, has a history of anti-labor policies as CEO of the company that owns Hardens and Carl Jr’s.

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