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A Wall Alone 'Will Not Do the Job,' Says Trump's DHS Chief Pick
Retired Marine Gen. John Kelly was tapped to lead the Department of Homeland Security.
Obama Administration Ending 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Policy for Cubans
The Obama administration has ended the Clinton-era policy known as "wet foot, dry foot," which allows Cubans special immigration status just days before he leaves office. The change in the policy would effectively mean Cubans are treated like other immigrants in that those who enter the United
Michelle Obama Tweets 'So Proud of POTUS ... I Love You Barack'
One of the most emotional moments of President Obama's farewell address in Chicago Tuesday night was when he turned his attention to the first lady, professing his love and admiration for his wife of 24 years.
I'd Stand up to Trump as AG, Sessions Tells Senators
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions vowed on Tuesday to stay independent from the White House and stand up to Donald Trump as attorney general
Democrats to Challenge Sessions on Immigration, Civil Rights
Senate Democrats will challenge President-elect Donald Trump's pick for attorney general when he appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee over his hard-line stand on immigration, past record on civil rights and whether he supports community policing
Dreamers March From Trump Tower to Washington, DC
The media and Wall Street outside the front building where a group behind Phelps the dreamers are now launching what they're calling it a caravan. Of her age where they'll be walking the Battery Park and onto Washington. Two days basically a group of undocumented immigrants. Speaking up about
Young Immigrants Who Came Out of Shadows Now Fear Having to Go Back In
They remember exactly where they were when it was announced. President Obama in the Rose Garden on June 15, 2012, talking directly to the camera as he gave young people who were brought to the U.S. as undocumented immigrant children a way to get free of the constant fear of deportation. “It makes
What Could Happen to DACA Recipients Under Donald Trump
President Barack Obama’s signature immigration action could be immediately overturned when President-elect Donald Trump takes office, leaving its recipients facing uncertainty about their futures. Obama pushed the deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) via executive action to allow
Huge Margin Among Working-Class Whites Lifts Trump to a Stunning Election Upset
A revolution against politics shook the country Tuesday, with working class whites venting their economic and cultural frustration by lifting insurgent candidate Donald Trump to the presidency. A record gender gap was part of the result, as were dramatic divisions by race, region, religion,