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2 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
Immigrants in the country illegally can't be given a license to practice law, a question that was raised when a man who moved here from Mexico when he was 9 years old sought a license in Florida, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
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7 hrs ago | AmmoLand
You knew it was coming. I knew it was coming. When government expands entitlements, illegal aliens always end up with a piece of the pie.
11 hrs ago | WHLO-AM Akron
They arrived in January of 2011, unfamiliar with the ways of Washington, and promising never to adapt.
12 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
After hours of contentious debate, Republicans pushed through a bill in the Judiciary Committee on Wednesday night that would bar the homeland security secretary from using taxpayer dollars for the ICE position.
Liberal Democrat Business Secretary Vince Cable is set to anger his Conservative coalition colleagues today as he hails free movement in the European Union and attacks immigration "scare stories".
U.S. President Barack Obama should cut deportations of migrants and focus resources on the 2 million people in the U.S. who are eligible to become citizens, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday during a visit to Mexico's capital.
President Barack Obama speaks on the importance of raising the minimum wage during an event at at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Conn., Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Some 22 individuals trying to cross from Mexico into the United States illegally were killed by Border Patrol agents since 2010, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The Crime Museum in Washington is opening a new exhibit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency about the work behind homeland security.
John Boehner says he really, truly wants to pass an immigration reform bill, but he can only do it if President Obama gives him more help.
This April 22, 2013 file photo shows Janet Murguia, president and CEO, National Council of La Raza, on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Republicans decided who was more conservative while Democrats sought to galvanize new voters as Texas held a first-in-the-nation primary that could push the state farther right even as the left looks to stake new claims.
A giant panorama of a Chinese factory, taken in 2005 by Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, hangs in my dining room.
It's Primary Day! Will Senator John Cornyn avoid a runoff? Who will square off in the Republican race for attorney general? Will voter turnout surpass a whopping 12 percent? The arrival of the primary also signals the end of campaign advertising.
As Florida lawmakers open their annual legislative session Tuesday and the governor gives his fourth state-of-the-state address, overshadowing everything for the Republican-controlled Legislature is one overriding goal: the re-election of Gov. Rick Scott.
The longest shadow in Tuesday's primary election in Texas is being cast by a politician not even in the running, freshman U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican.