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House Republican leaders, a day after failing to get a vote on their border crisis bill, are scrambling to piece together a new version before lawmakers break for the August recess -- even though there's little chance of any bill getting to President
From a very small percentage of the population ... we get out these general laws of migration that were defined in the late 19th century," Schich says. One law was unexpected: People don't like to move too far from home, even in the 21st century.
Filed late Thursday night in federal court in Seattle, the papers build on a suit initiated July 9 arguing that the children can't get a fair hearing unless given legal representation. The plaintiffs are six children from Guatemala and El Salvador.
first, that all Christians should show love and hospitality to strangers and, second, and crucially, we should protect and care for children...So the reaction of some to the appearance of the interdenominational group Love Makes a Wayformed to end "
Kevin McCarthy begins tenure as majority leader amid GOP infighting on immigration Eric Cantor notes GOP divisions during emotional farewell to House Rep. Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield faced an immediate test as his ascension to House majority leader
Immigrant rights advocates packed City Council chambers last night in support of a councilor's proposal to stop Boston cops from holding illegal immigrants for federal agents absent other crimes a procedure critics argue has a chilling effect on
Congress ran full tilt in an election year impasse over immigration Thursday and staggered towards the five-week summer break, having failed to agree on legislation to cope with the influx of young immigrants flock in the United States
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All have contributed to a growing unease about immigration among voters that has led all political parties to pay lip service to curbs on immigration and state benefits for migrants. Professor Rowthorn, a former consultant to the International
As the sun came up along Highway 59 and Shepherd Drive was a small, silent protest with a big message. "We need to open our borders for everyone," protester Pat Hartwell said. They call themselves the "Women and Children Welcoming Committee." On