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Immigration

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  • U.S. should stump up billions to curb Central America migration: Perez

    GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - The United States should provide billions of dollars to help Central American nations curb the flow of illegal migrants, Guatemalan President Otto Perez said, and his government warns the problem will get worse if Washington...
  • The dilemma in endorsing Dick Durbin for U.S. Senate

    The dilemma in endorsing Dick Durbin for U.S. Senate
    Six years ago we struggled with an endorsement for a U.S. Senate seat. We recalled the last time an Illinoisan rose to the top of the Senate: Minority Leader Everett McKinley Dirksen, a Republican, was known for his civility and his willingness to set...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Three reasons immigration reform is still dead

    Ramesh Ponnuru: Three reasons immigration reform is still dead
    Would a Republican takeover of the Senate improve the prospects that an immigration bill will get to President Barack Obama's desk? That theory is making the rounds and some of the people who oppose the dominant approach to immigration reform are starting...
  • Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

    President Obama is taking time out from his much-trumpeted "year of action" to observe a period more important to his Democratic allies in Congress: the season of campaigning. One by one, the Obama administration is setting aside key priorities, in...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Authorities pursuing extradition of gambling mogul Calvin Ayre

    Authorities pursuing extradition of gambling mogul Calvin Ayre
    More than two years after indicting a former online gambling mogul, federal prosecutors in Maryland say they continue to pursue his extradition on charges of running an illegal gambling business and money laundering. The disclosure, made Friday in U.S....
  • Haitians will get special entry to U.S.

    Haitians will get special entry to U.S.
    Thousands of Haitians will get a chance to come to the United States to join family members under a new program announced by federal officials on Friday -- and Florida will be a major destination. Starting early next year, the Department of Homeland...
  • Obama administration to allow thousands of Haitians to legally enter US

    MIAMI Thousands of Haitians who have been waiting to reunite with U.S. citizens and lawful permanent resident family members in the United States will now have a chance to do so up to two years before their immigrant visa for a green card may be issued....
  • 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...