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  • North Carolina editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: Feb. 17 News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, on cybersecurity: Cyberspace, one of a host of once-exotic words now in the everyday vocabulary, isn't the mysterious sort of "Star Wars" frontier...
  • Woman accused of supplying terrorists to remain jailed

    Woman accused of supplying terrorists to remain jailed
    A Bosnian immigrant accused of funneling money and military supplies to terror groups in Iraq and Syria will remain in federal custody, after her lawyer told a judge Wednesday that he wants clarity on her immigration status before seeking bond. Sedina...
  • Cass Sunstein: How the judge misread Obama's immigration program

    Cass Sunstein: How the judge misread Obama's immigration program
    The decision by a federal judge in Texas on Monday to strike down President Barack Obama's immigration reform initiative runs to a whopping 123 pages. But the crucial ruling is fairly narrow: In adopting a plan to allow unlawful immigrants to apply...
  • Jeb Bush's actions showed compassion on immigration

    Jeb Bush's actions showed  compassion on immigration
    The headline in The New York Times is strong, and an indictment that before he was a politician, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush used his name freely. The headline read: "As dynasty's son, Jeb Bush used his connections freely." This is the story of how...
  • Calm restored at Texas prison where inmates set fires

    Calm restored at Texas prison where inmates set fires
    Thousands of inmates at a federal correctional center in Texas are being moved to other federal prisons after a disturbance caused damage that left the facility “uninhabitable,” officials announced Saturday. The process, which is being...
  • Jerry Brown backs Obama on immigration order

    Jerry Brown backs Obama on immigration order
    Gov. Jerry Brown, who has made California a more welcoming place for immigrants who are in the country illegally, criticized on Tuesday a federal judge's decision to temporarily block President Obama's executive order reducing deportations.  More than 1...
  • Court ruling puts Obama's immigration work on hold

    WASHINGTON The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge's ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama's executive action on...
  • Aurora groups urge immigrants to prepare for deportation relief program

    Aurora groups urge immigrants to prepare for deportation relief program
    Since late November, when President Obama announced he would take executive action to allow as many as five million immigrants in the country without legal status to apply for temporary work permits and relief from deportation, the staff members at...
  • Immigrants, advocates must wait for deportation relief

    Immigrants, advocates must wait for deportation relief
    Jose Dominguez was only days away from applying for a new program created by President Barack Obama that would shield millions of immigrants from deportation. But the journey — and his heartbreak — have been years in the making. Dominguez, an...
  • Time for Republicans to go nuclear: Abolish the filibuster

    I've been radicalized. By Harry Reid and Barack Obama. Goodbye moderation and sweet reason. No more clinging to constitutional and procedural restraint. It's time to go nuclear. In the fourth quarter of his presidency, Obama unbound is abusing...
  • Asian immigrants less likely to seek deportation protection, data show

    Asian immigrants less likely to seek deportation protection, data show
    Anthony Ng was in high school when he realized he didn’t have permission to live in the United States. The summer internship he had landed in Washington, D.C., required participants to submit Social Security numbers. Ng didn’t have one. A...