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  • Court hears case of military intrigue, sex abuse, fraud

    Court hears case of military intrigue, sex abuse, fraud
    A Palm Beach County man with a mysterious past is at the center of a federal investigation that includes allegations he stole thousands of U.S. military emails, was reading up on how to be a spy, tried to conceal large financial transactions and committed...
  • Japanese women and work: Holding back half the nation

    Women's lowly status in the Japanese workplace has barely improved in decades, and the country suffers as a result. Shinzo Abe would like to change that KAREN KAWABATA represents the best of Japan's intellectual capital. She has just graduated from...
  • Commentary: It's time to take action on immigration reform

    House Republicans recently released standards for immigration reform. Their statement came as a breath of fresh air in a long wait for change. The standards align in many ways with what business and law enforcement leaders and people of faith have been...
  • Guillermo Martinez: Cuban Adjustment Act has become a true travesty

    Florida's Republican Senator Marco Rubio is not the first Cuban-American politician to advocate for a change in the law that gives Cubans a preferential immigration status in the United States. However, he is the most influential Cuban American politician...
  • Dolich and Chisholm: After 2 million deportations, immigration reform critical

    Saturday is deemed by many as the 2 million mark. On this day, based on the national daily average of 1,100 deportations from this country, there will have been 2 million people deported under the current administration. This is 2 million too many....
  • Immigrants need mercy, justice, religious leaders at L.A. vigil say

    Immigrants need mercy, justice, religious leaders at L.A. vigil say
    Several of Southern California's most prominent religious leaders gathered in downtown Los Angeles early Friday in a vigil for immigration reform, underscoring a growing interfaith effort to change the nation's immigration laws.  Undocumented immigrants...
  • At Nogales' steel border fence, bishops celebrate Mass for both sides

    At Nogales' steel border fence, bishops celebrate Mass for both sides
    NOGALES, Ariz.—It had been years since Maria Miranda of Tucson attended Catholic Mass with her son Jorge Lopez.  Tuesday they finally did. But they were separated by the U.S.-Mexico border fence in southern Arizona. "I'm just a couple of bars, a...
  • Letters: The religious right's conversion

    Re "Seeking souls, not votes," Opinion, April 2 Holy doctrinal evolution! The Southern Baptist Convention's Russell Moore urged conservative evangelicals to shelve ardent efforts to thwart gay marriage and even to push hard for immigration reform. The...
  • An African seeking refuge and understanding finds neither in Israel

    TEL AVIV — This evening, like most recently, a crowd had massed in Tel Aviv's Lewinsky Park. Huddled under blankets, hundreds of immigrants milled across worn-down grass as speakers passed around a microphone, discussing upcoming demonstrations....
  • LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says he's interested in a second term

    LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says he's interested in a second term
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck announced Thursday he is interested in a second term as the city's top cop. In comments to reporters at a monthly media briefing, Beck said he would be "more than proud" to continue as the head of the agency...
  • Arellano a bad symbol for immigration reform

    Arellano a bad symbol for immigration reform
    Elvira Arellano wasn't a good standard-bearer for immigration reform nearly eight years ago, and she's even worse for the cause today. Yet she's front and center again, having returned to the United States last week and taken up residence in the same...