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  • 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago

    'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay' is this year's One Book, One Chicago
    "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" (Picador 2000), the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Chabon, is this year's selection for One Book, One Chicago, the Chicago Public Library announced Friday. The story is about Joe Kavalier and Sammy...
  • U.S. Army soldier accused of smuggling undocumented immigrants

    (Reuters) - A U.S. Army soldier has been accused of smuggling two undocumented immigrants across the Texas-Mexico border while in uniform, according to a federal criminal complaint. Eric Alexander Rodriguez, 20, a private in the Army, was charged with...
  • Chicago part of U.S. citizenship push for legal immigrants

    Chicago part of U.S. citizenship push for legal immigrants
    Chicago will join New York and Los Angeles in a corporate-funded push to try to get more legal immigrants to become U.S. citizens. The Cities for Citizenship initiative is getting a $1.1 million contribution from Citigroup to help pay for the three...
  • City to weigh immigrant-friendly policies

    City to weigh immigrant-friendly policies
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to unveil dozens of recommendations Wednesday intended to lure immigrant families to Baltimore and retain them. The proposals, from increasing the availability of translators at city agencies to making it easier...
  • London's young techs find anti-immigrant mood a drag

    London's young techs find anti-immigrant mood a drag
    When Efe Cakarel picked London as a new base for his video streaming company, he was counting on its location, capital markets and infrastructure, but also on the city's reputation as a hub for talented people from Europe and beyond. Four years later,...
  • Many may lose Obamacare coverage because of missing paperwork

    Many may lose Obamacare coverage because of missing paperwork
    As many as half a million people who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act this year may lose coverage or need to pay more because they haven't submitted proper documentation, the Obama administration warned Monday. Some 115,000...
  • Realtor accused of $5M mortgage fraud, arrested on immigration charges

    Realtor accused of $5M mortgage fraud, arrested on immigration charges
    South Florida realtor Christopher White was already in trouble. Then, federal authorities said, he made things worse for himself by lying on a citizenship application form. White, 44, of Fort Lauderdale, had been cooperating and negotiating a plea...
  • Detention center brings immigration debate to small-town New Mexico

    In this small New Mexican town, high school football is so popular that the celebration of Halloween gets moved if it happens to fall on a Friday. The sport is especially welcome this year after Department of Homeland Security officials opened up a...
  • Migrant landings increasing along coastline, border patrol says

    A journey that started more than 700 miles away ended in detention for another group of Haitian migrants, this time in Highland Beach, early Monday. Authorities tracked down 13 migrants who came ashore in the 2700 block of South Ocean Boulevard at about...
  • Gov. Brown signs bill repealing unenforceable parts of Prop. 187

    In a disavowal of the hard line Californians once took against illegal immigration, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Monday repealing unenforceable provisions of Proposition 187. The highly charged 1994 measure, passed resoundingly by voters, was...
  • Border agency reports fewer immigrant deaths

    Border agency reports fewer immigrant deaths
    Although the number of immigrants caught illegally crossing the Southwest border increased this summer, the number of border deaths decreased, authorities said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported 284 migrant deaths on the border for the...