Talk Back: Executive action
Do you support President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration?
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(Tell us why or why not?)
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University of California: The hidden cost of tuition hikes

If the University of California hikes its fees, defying the governor's tuition freeze, students won't be the only ones footing the bill. Taxpayers would likely end up paying an extra $45 million next year alone, and at least $250 million more annually by 2019 -- for their share of the rising costs. 
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Dunkin' Donuts plans Bay Area launch

Dunkin' Donuts, a nearly ubiquitous chain on the East Coast, plans to make its debut in the Bay Area in 2016 and eventually open dozens of locations in the region. 
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Report: Giants lose Pablo Sandoval to Red Sox

San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval has reportedly agreed to a free-agent contract with the Boston Red Sox 
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Stylish 1958 Imperial was considered "America's finest car"

In 1958, Tom McCahill, famous automotive writer for Mechanix Illustrated, said the 1958 Imperial was "America's finest car." The year before, when the Imperial "Forward Look" was introduced, Motor Life magazine wrote, "The most beautiful car of the year was the title many people felt the new 
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Bill Cosby reportedly used NBC staffer to pay women.

A former employee for the network, Frank Scotti, tells “Today” show the comedian had him bring women to dressing room and later pay them off. 

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(Jim Scherer/AP/Dunkin Donuts)
Dunkin' Donuts plans Bay Area launch in 2016

Dunkin' Donuts, a nearly ubiquitous chain on the East Coast, plans to make its debut in the Bay Area in 2016 and eventually open dozens of locations in the region. 
(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
Bill Cosby reportedly used NBC staffer to pay women.

A former employee for the network, Frank Scotti, tells “Today” show the comedian had him bring women to dressing room and later pay them off.