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  • Years after murder, hope dims and stigma remains

    Years after murder, hope dims and stigma remains
    Shamim Rahman kneaded her hands as her youngest son pulled six cardboard boxes from a basement closet of the family's Baltimore County home. "Be careful," she said. Folders, pictures and pages of transcripts and records filled each box —...
  • Reince Priebus: Voting for Democrats is voting for Obama policies

     Reince Priebus: Voting for Democrats is voting for Obama policies
    In this midterm election, President Barack Obama's name isn't on the ballot, but his policies are. In a recent speech discussing his policies, President Obama said, "Make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them."  In other...
  • Swiss govt: 'Yes' in anti-immigration vote next month would damage EU ties

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's government said on Tuesday that a result in favor of severely limiting immigration in a Nov. 30 referendum would imperil ongoing negotiations with the European Union after a similar anti-immigration vote in February...
  • Get government out of student loans

    Get government out of student loans
    Yesenia Duarte's parents are Mexican immigrants. Her family works long hours in construction and at a factory to make ends meet. At an early age, Duarte set her sights on college. But come enrollment time, she faced a dilemma: either sign up for...
  • Oregon first lady's sham marriage may shake up governor's race

    Oregon first lady's sham marriage may shake up governor's race
    A marriage of convenience decades ago is threatening to shake up Oregon politics. Cylvia Hayes, the fiancee of Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber, acknowledged this week that she had accepted about $5,000 to marry an immigrant in 1997 so that he could...
  • Survey: Florida voters optimistic but divided on key issues

    Survey: Florida voters optimistic but divided on key issues
    Floridians want stricter gun laws. They don't want to pay sales tax on Internet purchases. And they don't want additional help going to immigrants who aren't in the country legally. Results of a large statewide survey on a range of issues released...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Gus West: Immigration not a crisis, it's an opportunity

     Gus West: Immigration not a crisis,  it's an opportunity
    Concern about immigration recently tripled, thanks largely to the surge of unaccompanied minors across the nation's southern border, according to the latest Gallup poll. Yet Congress is hopelessly deadlocked over what to do. Republican leaders have...
  • Born amid KKK backlash, Columbus statue endures

    Born amid KKK backlash, Columbus statue endures
    In September 1928, the leaders of one of Easton's burgeoning immigrant communities met in their usual gathering place, the Italian Home on South Fifth Street, to talk about raising money for a gift for their new city. They decided to canvass the Italian...