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  • After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions

    After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions
    After launching his 2016 presidential campaign by declaring "yesterday is over,” Sen. Marco Rubio began filling in some of the policy details behind his lofty rhetoric in a round of media interviews. The 43-year-old brushed off comparisons to...
  • Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do

    Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do
    Three years ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was heralded as the Republican Party’s future. After the GOP’s stinging 2012 presidential loss, strategists prescribed the charismatic, young tea party favorite as the antidote to a fractured party —...
  • Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters

    Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters
    Back immigration reform Our family was affluent, middle class — Dad, an engineer; Mom, a homemaker; children, enrolled in private school. We had the luxuries of a typical middle-class family in a westernized world. There was no need to leave...
  • Legal fight continues over Obama's executive action on immigration

    Legal fight continues over Obama's executive action on immigration
    To hear the White House tell it, a federal judge in Texas “has wrongly continued to prevent those lawful, common-sense policies from taking effect.” The judge, meanwhile, says of Obama administration attorneys: “Whether by ignorance,...
  • U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases

    U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases
    U.S. authorities on Wednesday acted against two former Salvadoran military men who had lived freely and openly in the United States for years despite allegations they were involved in some of the most egregious atrocities committed in their homeland....
  • Federal judge refuses to lift injunction on Obama's immigration order

    A federal judge refused late Tuesday to lift a temporary hold on President Obama's executive action seeking to shield up to 5 million immigrants from deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen declined to stay his Feb. 16 decision, which granted a...
  • As Caribbean immigration rises, Miami's black population becomes more foreign

    WASHINGTON One in three black residents in Miami is now an immigrant, a reflection of a nationwide trend that shows immigrants making up a rising share of the country's black population, according to a new Pew Research Center study. Perhaps not...
  • California may shield immigrants charged with drug crimes from deportation

    California may shield immigrants charged with drug crimes from deportation
    When Jesús Cordero was arrested for Ecstasy possession, his lawyer offered what seemed like an obvious solution: Plead guilty and undergo drug counseling. Once Cordero completed the course, the charges would be dismissed. It's a popular option for...
  • Gov. Walker in Texas, out of sight during immigration flap

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker left a tour of the U.S.-Mexico border without addressing questions being raised about his stance on immigration. The likely Republican presidential contender remained invisible to reporters on Friday during a visit that...
  • Number of deportations from Los Angeles area down, new statistics show

    Number of deportations from Los Angeles area down, new statistics show
    The number of people deported from the Los Angeles area has fallen sharply in recent years, with the biggest drop occurring in the last few  months, new federal statistics show. The plunge in deportations comes as President Obama seeks controversial...
  • Pentagon paid accused Chilean killer for years despite revoked visa

    WASHINGTON The Pentagon rebuffed efforts to remove a Chilean professor accused of torturing and murdering political prisoners, keeping him on the payroll of a prestigious U.S. military school for almost three years after the State Department revoked his...