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Immigration

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  • Gov. Brown, California Democrats seek $3 million to help migrant kids

    Seeking to address the swell of unaccompanied children from Central America who have immigrated to the U.S. illegally, Gov. Jerry Brown and California lawmakers announced Thursday a proposal to provide $3 million in legal aid to those minors. "Helping...
  • Weatogue Storytellers Seek Community Recollections For Upcoming Book

    SIMSBURY — Mary Pringle Mitchell, 90, and June Hogblom Mackay, 79, are the Weatogue Storytellers. The lifelong Simsbury residents and childhood friends said their idea to collect stories and photographs for a book on Weatogue Village was...
  • Los Tigres Receive Star on the Walk of Fame

    They have been a band for as long as the Rolling Stones. They've recorded more than 500 songs and made more than 60 albums, selling over 35 million copies worldwide. They've appeared in some 18 movies and won 10 Grammy and Latin Grammy Awards. But when...
  • Rick Perry calls for 'overwhelming force' against Islamic State

    Rick Perry calls for 'overwhelming force' against Islamic State
    Texas Gov. Rick Perry called for "overwhelming force" to be deployed in response to the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group, which he warned could soon launch an attack on U.S. soil. Perry argued that the jihadist movement had had a...
  • Nearly 300 women, children deported from immigration detention centers

    Nearly 300 Central American women and children have been deported from family detention centers that opened in the wake of a recent influx of people illegally crossing the Southwest border. As of Wednesday evening, 280 women and children had been...
  • Honduras must show it is protecting its own citizens

    To the editor: This story on youths deported back to Honduras still hoping to come to the U.S. touched my heart. ("In Honduras, U.S. deportees seek to journey north again," Aug. 16) How sad to be locked in your homes like prisoners or to have to leave...
  • Doyle McManus: Obama testing the bounds of presidential lame-duckery

    There are two words every president, including Barack Obama, hates to hear: "lame duck." He's in year six of his eight-year run. His biggest accomplishments are all in the past; his remaining proposals are stymied by Congress. His popularity is mired...
  • Chained together, Dreamers fight on

    Chained together, Dreamers fight on
    Nestor Ruiz paced the parking lot of the Humane Society, waiting to march next door to the Broward Transitional Facility, where hundreds who entered the country illegally await deportation. The chain around one of his ankles rattled against the asphalt....
  • Immigration court speeds review of cases involving children

    Immigration court speeds review of cases involving children
    Baltimore Immigration Court, facing an increase in the number of cases involving immigrant children who crossed the border illegally, is expediting reviews to more quickly decide whether the children should be deported, according to attorneys with clients...
  • This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security" by Ann Hagedorn; Simon and Schuster (293 pages, $28) Soldiers for hire have long existed. But the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...
  • Wrong to attack immigrants, legal or illegal [Letter]

    Wrong to attack immigrants, legal or illegal [Letter]
    In response to Al Eisner's letter concerning illegal immigrants destroying America ("Illegal immigrants will destroy America as we know it," Aug. 16), I feel the need to make a few comments. Mr. Eisner says that "the influx of illegal immigrants can and...