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  • Jeb Bush enters 2016 presidential race, casts himself as outsider

    Jeb Bush enters 2016 presidential race, casts himself as outsider
    Vowing to win the Republican presidential nomination on his own merits, Jeb Bush launched a White House bid months in the making Monday with a promise to stay true to his beliefs — easier said than done in a bristling primary contest where his...
  • Immigration reform: Let the states lead the way

    Immigration reform: Let the states lead the way
    Texas and California are trying to reform legal migration on their own. The politics in these two states couldn't be more different, but legislators in both states recently proposed running their own guest-worker visa programs to get around the federal...
  • Where they stand: Bush on key topics of 2016 campaign

    A look at where Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush stands on some of the issues likely to be debated in the campaign for his party's nomination: IMMIGRATION Bush supports a system that would allow immigrants in the country illegally to stay,...
  • The 14th Amendment is not meant for anchor babies

    The 14th Amendment is not meant for anchor babies
    Should babies born in the U.S. automatically become citizens, regardless of their parents' immigration status? The short answer is absolutely not. The long answer is more complicated, historically and emotionally. Americans have always had the right...
  • Confiscating birthright won't fix immigration woes

    Confiscating birthright won't fix immigration woes
    An age-old debate renews around the issue of birthright citizenship: Should babies born in the United States automatically become citizens, regardless of their parents' immigration status? This question, and others like it, have been raised countless...
  • Noah Smith: Canada might have the goods to become a superpower

    I just finished reading Adam Tooze's "The Deluge," a history of how U.S. economic power changed the course of history during the world wars. It's almost impossible for people today to realize what a big shift this was to much of the world's population,...
  • Gunfire from U.S., a death in Mexico. Can grieving family sue in U.S.?

    The family of a Mexican boy shot to death by a U.S. Border Patrol agent tried an argument in federal court on Tuesday previously made by an Abu Ghraib detainee and the family of another Mexican teenager killed along the border: The U.S. Constitution...
  • Fewer bodies found on border, but Arizona prepares for deadly summer

    Fewer bodies found on border, but Arizona prepares for deadly summer
    In southern Arizona, the heat reaches triple digits by June and the number of dead rise with it. Crossing the border in this stretch of desert has always been a dangerous proposition for immigrants trying to enter the country illegally. For this reason,...
  • On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler

    On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler
    He wants to raise the retirement age for Social Security, limit immigration reforms, toughen the Cuban embargo and replace Obamacare. When former Gov. Jeb Bush launches his long-awaited presidential campaign in Miami on Monday, look for him to stick...
  • Report: Immigrant quotas benefit for-profit prison operators

    Minimum occupancy quotas at immigrant detention facilities nationwide benefit for-profit prison operators by guaranteeing the government pays for thousands of detainees, regardless of whether those spots are filled, according to a new report by a group...
  • Border Patrol sued over conditions in short-term detention cells

    Border Patrol sued over conditions in short-term detention cells
    Immigrants held in Border Patrol stations in southern Arizona are regularly denied basic sanitation, food, water, and adequate medical care, according to a class-action lawsuit that immigrant-rights organizations filed Monday with the U.S. District...