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Immigration

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  • Toronto: Latido Takes 'La Salada' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - In the hurly-burly of Toronto and the build-up to San Sebastian, Madrid-based Latido Films has acquired world sales rights to Juan Martin Hsu's "La Salada," a patchwork narrative tale of immigrants' lives, dreams and suffering in Argentina....
  • Companies win federal contracts while flouting labor law

    RALEIGH, N.C. Robert Malick has weathered plenty of uncertainty in the 22 years he's run a multimillion-dollar heating and air conditioning firm. His secret to success: Follow the money and the people who can get it. To do it, his company, Southern...
  • Rekha Basu: U.S. grants Guatemalan woman sanctuary � from abusive husband

    Five years ago, a federal immigration judge refused to grant political asylum to a Guatemalan woman who had fled to America after years of severe battery by her husband. The judge didn't doubt her story, but said she couldn't claim membership in a...
  • Jay Ambrose: A delay does not a hero make

    President Barack Obama wanted to try out another experiment in unilateral government, was persuaded it would hurt Democrats in the coming election, and backed up. The trick he had in mind finding ways to make some illegal immigrants legal without the...
  • On Mexican border, more 'guards' increase danger

    The following editorial appeared in the Raleigh News & Observer on Tuesday, Sept. 9: Illegal immigration is a growing problem in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas officials say, but there's another growing problem: a confusing and potentially hazardous...
  • The immigration reform mirage

    The following editorial appeared in the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday, Sept. 9: It seems there's always a perfectly good reason not to fix our broken immigration system. Another election that may be swung if voters are motivated by whatever action is...
  • Obama's immigration strategy backfired: Their Take

    Obama's immigration strategy backfired: Their Take
    Immigration fumble We've seen many political figures contort their words and parse their actions. Comes with the territory. So we're not 100 percent shocked by President Barack Obama's decision to delay taking executive action on immigration. Not...
  • Lake Howell's weeds, prayer, and marriage: Letters

    Lake Howell's weeds Ralph Hudson of Winter Park, in the Aug. 13 letters to the editor, argued against the proposed development of property owned by the Catholic Diocese of Orlando. But why would anyone want to live on Lake Howell with its current...
  • Is the era of 'slackocracy' leadership nearing an end?

    France is abuzz with the rumor that former center-right French President Nicolas Sarkozy is set to re-enter public life. Could the era of the chill bros be over already? The world has been worse off since Sarkozy left -- for the very same reason the...
  • St. Paul's first female Somali police officer has critics and fans

    St. Paul's first female Somali police officer has critics and fans
    Kadra Mohamed walks into an old haunt, the Grocery and Meat Market on the city's north side, where as a girl she shopped with her mother. She breathes in the heady smell of Somali spices, halal meat and the bread she has loved since growing up in a...
  • Greece tightens anti-racism rules amid series of attacks

    ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill toughening anti-racism laws and making Holocaust denial a criminal act, as it cracks down on a wave of xenophobic attacks that have come amid the country's worst-ever peace-time financial crisis....