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Immigration

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  • Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart

    Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart
    A year after buying The Courant, John L. Boswell made a bold move — he began publishing The Hartford Daily Courant on Sept. 12, 1837. It was especially brave considering the financial panic that had gripped much of the nation that year as 600...
  • Foster, Senger debate health care, budget

     Foster, Senger debate health care, budget
    Candidates to represent the 11th Congressional District clashed Saturday on health care, the federal budget and gridlock in Washington. Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster and Republican state Rep. Darlene Senger, Naperville residents who are vying for a...
  • Demand outpaces driver's licenses for immigrants in Colorado

    For Cristina Chavez it has become a middle-of-the-night ritual. For the last two months, after a long shift of cleaning offices, the 33-year-old who is in this country illegally logs onto her computer about 1 a.m., trying for her first driver's license in...
  • Do not reward people who have broken our laws

    I am against the sham known as “immigration reform.” The rewarding of people for breaking our laws and showing contempt for our rights to control our borders — a right every nation on Earth exercises — is shameful. The children who...
  • U.S. Senate Democrats blast Obama's migrant family detentions

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - High-ranking U.S. Senate Democrats have called on the Obama administration to reverse its new policy of detaining Central American immigrant families, warning it could be damaging to the young children being housed in the...
  • Swiss business, with eye on EU accords, urges dialogue on immigration

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's business elite published an appeal in a Swiss newspaper on Sunday to save the country's accords with the European Union from unraveling due to a vote earlier this year to curb immigration from the bloc. The Swiss...
  • The Castro brothers: Changing face of Texas politics and beyond?

    WASHINGTON When Joaquin Castro was walking through Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport recently, he got a familiar greeting: "Hey, Mr. Mayor." He smiled and quickly corrected the admirer. It happens a lot. The "mayor" is his identical twin, Julian...
  • Whittier takes key step toward establishing council districts

    For much of its history, Whittier was an overwhelmingly white, conservative town — a place President Nixon once called home. Demographic changes in recent decades have given Latinos a nearly 2-to-1 majority in the city of 86,000 residents. But...
  • Obama hangs tough on migrant detention despite slowing influx

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The surge in child migration from Central America is receding but the United States is aggressively pushing ahead with plans to expand detentions, a little-publicized part of a broader campaign to deter illegal migrants. Under...
  • Greg Orman, independent candidate for Senate in Kansas, still a cipher for some voters

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Greg Orman: Businessman, candidate, mystery. Ninety days ago, those descriptions seemed appropriate. Few Kansans knew anything about the 45-year-old Olathe resident pursuing a then long-shot independent campaign against incumbent U.S....
  • Learning Matters: Today's GUSD student body features more diverse mix

    Learning Matters: Today's GUSD student body features more diverse mix
    A few years ago, a French-Armenian graduate student came to Glendale to gather research for her dissertation on Armenian communities in Glendale and Hollywood. I had the pleasure of spending several hours with her at the invitation of my City Attorney...