College has been out of reach for many Colorado undocumented immigrants. In most cases, it was just too dang expensive. But a law change is opening doors for them, and allowing them to pay in-state tuition at Colorado's colleges and universities.
The holidays are closing in, and next year is sure to bring battles over the budget and the debt ceiling. So some immigration advocates are ramping up the pressure on a few Republican members of the House before the issue gets drowned out by other Washington politics.
Can you name the river that rises in a US state at the western edge of the Great Plains and travels 1,400 miles, passes through five US states and Mexico, and is being celebrated for an agreement between the two countries that includes environmental benefits for the first time ever?
Scientists have discovered cave art in Spain that dates back at least 40,000 years - around the time, or even before, modern humans arrived in Europe. The researchers suspect the ancient artists may have been our more primitive cousins, the Neanderthals.
To carry the key swing state of Colorado, it's critical for the president to court Latino immigrants. What he really needs to most convince them to do, however, is vote. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
Undocumented immigrants brought to the United States by their parents before the age of 16 are about to get a reprieve from the threat of deportation that's long hung over their heads. The Obama administration announced a new proposal to suspend deportations of specific immigrants and grant them work authorization.
In Ireland, poverty, unemployment and deprivation are still evident in Moyross. And that is exactly why a group of men from New York have moved in. Not just any men though- they are Franciscan friars based in the Bronx. The World's Laura Lynch has more.