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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • States fill federal vacuum on immigrants

    MINNEAPOLIS With Congress at a standstill on immigration issues, states have pursued their own solutions, with some offering in-state tuition and financial aid to unauthorized students and others approving more spending to enforce immigration laws....
  • Rick Perry courts New Hampshire for possible 2016 presidential run

    After admiring the glazed pig turning on the spit at the "Defend Freedom" pork roast, Rick Perry was striding toward the stage when a master carver in an apron chased after him. "I'm a Perry guy now," Ed Naile of Deerfield quickly told Perry's New...
  • Controls necessary for new immigrants

    My parents were immigrants; however, they were law-abiding people and came to this country legally under a quota system. They had to wait their turn, as there were only so many people who could enter this country yearly. To come here, they also had to...
  • Setting Times stories to music: From Interpol to Bruce Springsteen

    Setting Times stories to music: From Interpol to Bruce Springsteen
    Have you seen the movie “Boyhood”? Filmed over 12 years using the same actor -- a boy who grows into a man -- it’s both epic and intimate. One of this week’s Great Reads is like a Central American immigrant’s version of...
  • One dead in shooting at mosque in Switzerland: police

    ZURICH (Reuters) - A man was killed on Friday in a shooting at an Albanian mosque in St. Gallen, Switzerland, and another man was arrested, Swiss police said. Police arrested a man with a handgun after they were called to the mosque in a suburb of the...
  • Tinkering can't fix the broken immigration system

    White House staffers are hard at work this month, deliberating about what should go into the executive order the president is expected to issue after Labor Day: his do-it-yourself, go-it-alone version of immigration reform. The smart money is betting he...
  • Aug. 23 Letters: Hampton's future, child immigrants, tethering pets

    State of Hampton I recently read of the Chamber of Commerce's plans to have Hampton's mayor speak on the "state of the city" at a cost of $45 per attendee. Being somewhat responsible for the economic and social conditions in the city, it seemed...
  • Immigrant rights groups sue U.S. over fast-tracked deportations

    A group of Central American women and children detained at an immigration facility in New Mexico filed a lawsuit Friday against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security alleging that it was violating their right to due process as it speeds up...
  • Death by deportation [Editorial]

    Death by deportation  [Editorial]
    At least five undocumented immigrants U.S. officials recently deported back to their homes in Honduras turned up dead at the morgue in San Pedro Sula, the Los Angeles Times reported. According to other news accounts, the victims ranged in age from 12 to...
  • In N.H., Rick Perry again links Islamic State to illegal immigration

    In N.H., Rick Perry again links Islamic State to illegal immigration
    While exploring a 2016 bid for the presidency with a visit to New Hampshire on Friday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry sought to tie the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group to the U.S. immigration crisis — suggesting that the “porous”...
  • Nakache and Toldedano's 'Samba' to Close San Sebastian

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - MADRID -- "Samba," Oliver Nakache and Eric Toldedano's follow-up to B.O. behemoth "The Intouchables," will close Spain's 62nd San Sebastian Festival on Sept. 27. Co-produced, distributed in France and sold worldwide by...