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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • Colorado mistakenly sends valid driver's licenses to illegal immigrants

    DENVER (Reuters) - More than 500 illegal immigrants in Colorado mistakenly received driver's licenses or photo identification cards intended for U.S. citizens because of a vendor's printing error, the company and state officials said on Friday....
  • ISIS plan, SeaWorld, and Christians: Letters

    ISIS plan, SeaWorld, and Christians: Letters
    No to Obama's ISIS plan Bomb, and build a mercenary army, to punish ISIS. That is our president's proposal for dealing with the new brutality of Middle Eastern sectarianism. What are the easily predictable results? Collateral damage, innocent deaths,...
  • Migrant families in U.S. detention centers 'political pawns': activists

    (Reuters) - U.S. detention centers for immigrant families treat those in custody as political pawns and make it difficult for them to obtain due process under U.S. laws, activists said on Friday. The U.S. government has been rapidly building and...
  • 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago

    'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago
    "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" (Picador 2000), the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Chabon, is this year's selection for One Book, One Chicago, the Chicago Public Library announced Friday. The story is about Joe Kavalier and Sammy...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Ray Rice episode being irresponsibly simplified by ratings-hungry media

    I've never been a victim of domestic violence, but I've loved people who have been. I say "people" because some of the victims have been men, despite the general "Burning Bed" stereotype of the muscled brute beating the living daylights out of the 100-...
  • Judge awards $4.4 million to lawyers in Arizona racial profiling case

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday awarded more than $4.4 million to attorneys who won a long-running racial profiling case against the operations of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, although that pared the sum plaintiffs' lawyers had sought by...
  • Ed Pawlowski: Allentown again set to drive region and its economy

    Ed Pawlowski: Allentown again set to drive region and its economy
    The events this week mark a new era for Allentown — a change from the old to the new. For some this change can be difficult and somewhat scary, a loss of the familiar. To others the change is exhilarating, an opportunity to start anew. But the...
  • A plan to bring a Marine home from Mexico by wreaking havoc at border

    On Saturday, Sept. 20, if Stasyi Barth of Lake Elsinore has her way, border traffic from the Pacific Ocean to Brownsville, Texas, will grind to a halt, blockaded by Americans using their vehicles as barricades. Barth is rallying folks who are mad as...
  • Why trying to 'secure' a border is futile

     Why trying to 'secure' a border is futile
    Can borders stop immigrants? The particular border I have in mind looks like an obstacle course for mythical giants. To pass it, you would have to cross a 12-foot-wide ditch, climb a wall topped with blades, then scale three metal fences, two of them 20...
  • Sept. 12 Letters: Bob McDonnell, tethering, immigration

    Reverse this travesty I doubt I'm the only one sickened by the conviction of former Gov. Bob McDonnell. After a lifetime of honorable service, he faces decades in prison even though he did not violate any Virginia law. Federal standards for conduct in...
  • Movie-based musical 'Once' reveals its charms at the Hippodrome

    Movie-based musical 'Once' reveals its charms at the Hippodrome
    In an age when no cinematic product seems safe from being targeted for a theatrical make-over, and when so few of these movies-turned-musicals end up having much substance to offer, "Once" impresses all the more. This modest-scaled work, now getting...