Richard Marosi

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering the US-Mexico border

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In some cases, when Customs and Border Patrol agents catch an immigrant wanted for a crime, they’re no longer sending them to the California law enforcement agency that issued a…

California v. feds on immigration and crime

In some cases, when Customs and Border Patrol agents catch an immigrant wanted for a crime, they’re no longer sending them to the California law enforcement agency that issued a…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

House Republicans came up short, again, in an effort to produce some sort of immigration compromise.

On immigration, Congress drags its feet, White House doubles down

House Republicans came up short, again, in an effort to produce some sort of immigration compromise.

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An LA Times investigation finds that hastily built communities across Mexico are falling apart. Streets are buckling. Houses are bursting into flames. There’s no clean drinking water.

How Wall Street created a housing disaster for millions of Mexicans

An LA Times investigation finds that hastily built communities across Mexico are falling apart. Streets are buckling. Houses are bursting into flames. There’s no clean drinking water.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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