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People line up to cross into the U.S. from Mexicali, Mexico in this 2012 photo. A new report finds the flow has tended to go the other way since the recession, with more Mexicans leaving the United States than arriving. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Calif. Drought Adds To The Perils Of Endangered Chinook Salmon

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White House To Appeal Immigration Ruling To Supreme Court

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Stalled Legal Process Threatens Obama's Executive Actions On Immigration

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Bay Area Commuters Angered Over Mismanagement Of Bridge Project

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California Officials Warn Of No Swift End To Severe Fire Season

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