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  • Hundreds join May Day march in L.A. to call for immigration reform

    Hundreds join May Day march in L.A. to call for immigration reform
    Hundreds gathered Thursday in Chinatown in preparation for the annual May Day demonstrations, chanting for immigration and human rights reform. In a loud yet peaceful scene, demonstrators banged on drums, hugged, waved placards and paraded through...
  • Florida bill granting in-state tuition to immigrants clears hurdle

    Florida bill granting in-state tuition to immigrants clears hurdle
    The Florida Senate passed legislation Thursday that would allow the children of immigrants in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition rates to state colleges, clearing an election year hurdle for Gov. Rick Scott as he makes an aggressive pitch for...
  • May Day marches draw crowds to downtown L.A.

    May Day marches draw crowds to downtown L.A.
    Thousands of demonstrators converged Thursday on downtown Los Angeles to rally for immigration and human rights reform in the annual May Day marches. The boisterous demonstrators, numbering a few thousand, waved placards reminding leaders their voices...
  • Jeb Bush raps federal lawmakers for inaction on immigration

    Jeb Bush raps federal lawmakers for inaction on immigration
    After the Florida House on Friday gave final approval to a bill granting in-state tuition to the children of some immigrants in the country illegally, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush used the occasion to criticize Washington lawmakers — including...
  • Healthcare options for undocumented immigrants

    Healthcare options for undocumented immigrants
    Arlette Lozano came to this country 18 years ago from Mexico at age 8 when her mother sent her and her 3-year-old brother across the border with the help of a coyote — someone paid to smuggle people across the border. There wasn't enough money for...
  • Slowing deportations could hurt chances for House immigration action

    Slowing deportations could hurt chances for House immigration action
    After some of President Obama's closest political allies unexpectedly accused him of enforcing immigration laws too aggressively, the president ordered his aides this spring to find ways to ease the pace of deportations. Now, some of those same advocacy...
  • The outcome of the European Parliament elections

    The outcome of the recently concluded European Parliament elections is described in press and political circles in Europe and North America as a shock or crisis, but the actual reaction is better named hysteria, as if "Europe" is all over, and the rise of...
  • Obama delays deportation review to give immigration bill a chance

    Obama delays deportation review to give immigration bill a chance
    President Obama will not make changes to the nation's deportation system for at least two months in order to give House Republican leaders more time to search for votes for an overhaul of immigration laws, administration officials said Wednesday....
  • Obama delays deportation review, putting immigration onus on GOP

    Obama delays deportation review, putting immigration onus on GOP
    The White House's surprise decision Wednesday to delay a review of deportations once again revived the immigration debate, shifting focus away from President Obama — who has increasingly come under fire from immigrant advocates as the "deporter in...
  • The tea party lives -- in Europe

    BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- While Tea Party candidates underperformed against establishment Republican incumbents in recent U.S. primary elections, in Europe their conservative cousins have just scored some spectacular victories. Commentators are...
  • Cristina Henriquez on 'The Book of Unknown Americans'

    Cristina Henriquez on 'The Book of Unknown Americans'
    The stories you hear about immigration are the ones that generate sensational headlines: angry sheriffs patrolling the border with shotguns to keep out "illegal aliens," finger-pointing on Fox News, red-hot rhetoric in political campaigns across the...