The most read stories of the week for the Hearst Newspapers unit of the New York Times:
California’s Dreamers struggle, hundreds raise demands for their fate
Around the country, supporters and opponents are crafting proposals that could determine who is able to stay in the U.S. under Trump’s family separation policy.
Three governors in New York battle Gov. Cuomo for voting rights
Washington is considering a drive to remove New York from a list of states with unfettered voting rights for African-Americans.
Mayor Garcetti hires civil rights attorney to lead Housing Bureau in wake of staffing crisis
Los Angeles’ public housing administration is struggling to fill vacancies amid a multi-billion-dollar budget shortfall.
A scape goat isn’t a bad thing for the baby population of Oak Creek, Wis.
Green, rebuilding or an anti-fraud tool? Millennials prefer online retail
There has been no quick answer, but millennials prefer internet retail over physical stores, while abandoning automatic credits and debit cards.