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  • Mothers' proposal on family detention divides advocacy groups

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration has conceded that it must curtail long-term detention of migrant mothers and children. But officials may have to go even further if government lawyers agree to a confidential proposal that would limit the detention of...
  • Carson, Webb address presidential forum in Baltimore

    Carson, Webb address presidential forum in Baltimore
    A pair of long-shot presidential hopefuls fielded questions Tuesday on immigration, mental health and drug policy at a meeting of law enforcement officials in Baltimore. Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, a Democrat, and retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon...
  • New Danish government tightens immigration law

    Denmark's new center-right minority government on Wednesday reached its first deal with its political allies, including the anti-immigrant Danish People's Party, aimed at reducing the number of asylum-seekers by lowering social benefits. Immigration...
  • France's toxic mix of demographics, terrorism and a presidential election

    France's toxic mix of demographics, terrorism and a presidential election
    If you think immigration is a poisonous issue in American politics, spare a moment of sympathy for France, where demographics, terrorism and a presidential election have collided to produce a truly toxic mix. For decades, France has grappled with the...
  • States, cities call for skilled foreign workers amid abuse claims

    A computer programmer from India was promised a $46,500 salary in New York, plus tuition to study for a master's degree. Instead, his annual pay averaged less than $13,000 and his degree was withheld when his employer failed to make the promised tuition...
  • Immigrant families in detention: A look inside one holding center

    Immigrant families in detention: A look inside one holding center
    At the 50-acre compound here holding hundreds of immigrant women and children, the lights stay on 24-7. At night they're dimmed, but not entirely out. Security, officials say. The lights are among the persistent reminders that the South Texas Family...
  • House Dems to visit Texas immigrant detention facilities

    Several members of Congress will visit two South Texas detention facilities that house immigrant mothers and children mostly from Central America. Eight House Democrats next week will tour the two facilities in Karnes City and Dilley, which U.S....
  • Will Jeb Bush form a new GOP, or will the old one torment him?

    Will Jeb Bush form a new GOP, or will the old one torment him?
    The presidential candidate who stepped onstage in Florida on Monday was everything, image-wise, that elements of the Republican Party have been saying they needed to have a fighting chance longterm in places like California, so much a bastion for...
  • California on cusp of offering young immigrants health care

    In a move that adds momentum to efforts to integrate immigrants, California is on the cusp of extending state-subsidized health care coverage to children from low-income families who are in the country illegally. Democrats, immigration groups and...
  • Immigration reform: 'The California Package'

    Immigration reform: 'The California Package'
    While the federal government stalls on immigration reform, some states have begun acting on their own. Much attention in the last decade has focused on Republican-dominated areas that have tightened enforcement. Meanwhile, more quietly, California moved...
  • Feds call for end of long-term detention of migrant families

    Federal officials plan to end the long-term detention of hundreds of migrant families who are being held mainly at two large facilities in Texas after illegally entering the country, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced Wednesday. However,...