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ReutersBy Caren Bohan WASHINGTON, June 9 (Reuters) - Senator Rand Paul, a conservative Republican whose vote is being courted by supporters of a broad U.S. immigration bill, said on Sunday he is open to voting for the measure but wants changes, including...
El Nuevo HeraldMIAMI Facing a potential increase in the flow of Cuban migrants, authorities in the Cayman Islands are reviewing their preparations for an exodus and policies on denying assistance and repatriating the Cuban migrants. "There are questions about human...
PARK CITY, Utah — After women, young voters and Latinos fled from the Republican Party in droves in 2012, some GOP leaders thought they had a chance to turn things around. They embarked on a "listening tour" and put out a report acknowledging that...
WASHINGTON — Sen. Charles E. Schumer, awakened from a nap in his office, bounded to the Senate floor, staff in tow. It was approaching 2 a.m. The New Yorker joined fellow Democratic Sen. Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, who was presiding wearily...
As an economist, an immigrant and a scholar of the effects of immigration on the U.S. economy, I find that few pieces of legislation have engaged me more than the proposal for comprehensive immigration reform that the full Senate will take up this week....
Tags: Labor Markets, Migration, Interior Policy, Politics, Research
WASHINGTON — Sen. Pat Toomey is being targeted as a possible deciding vote on immigration overhaul, one of the biggest policy items of President Barack Obama's second term. After co-authoring a proposal in April to tighten background checks on gun...
Years ago, Nam Pham, 70, and Paul Tsang, 56, left their Asian homelands and ultimately settled on the same street in Uptown's Argyle enclave. Pham, a Vietnamese national, started a pharmacy on one side of Argyle Street; Tsang, a Chinese national,...
Central Florida Political Pulse"Dreamers" -- the children of immigrants who grew up in the United States without legal status but now can get federal deferments so they can work -- still face roadblocks in getting Florida driver licenses since Florida Gov. Rick Scott vetoed a bill this...
Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was named for his father ("Multiculturalism is the enemy of democracy," June 2). My dad was named for his father, and his father before him. My dad was named Giovanni. He was born in 1925 in Pennsylvania. When he entered school his...
Tags: Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., Italy, U.S. Army
There are times when Florida's junior United States senator, Republican Marco Rubio, makes perfect sense. Like when he's talking about comprehensive immigration reform. A member of the Senate's bipartisan "Gang of Eight," Rubio is a key player in...
The Tribune is asking readers questions in connection with the Immigration Reform package that published Sunday. The immigration reform package before the U.S. Senate will require all employers, within five years, to verify the legal status of their...
Tags: U.S. Senate
ReutersBy David Adams MIAMI, June 11 (Reuters) - The widow and children of prominent Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya, who died in a car accident last year, have moved to the United States because of alleged harassment by authorities on the communist-run island,...
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