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These two entrepreneurs took Korean-Mexican fusion cuisine back to Seoul

When you move your family abroad, you bring your culture with you. Your language, your religion and maybe, most importantly for some, your food. That's been true for years for the more than 300,000 Korean immigrants living in Southern California. Now there is a growing number of them that are moving back to Seoul, and they are returning with a food culture that is simmered in the melting pot that is Los Angeles.

Texas fights Department of Justice over voting rights laws

The Obama administration is arguing that the federal government should continue to "preclear" changes in Texas voting laws because of the state's history of voter discrimination. Texas state officials say there has been no "rampant" discrimination in the state's recent history.