A Pakistani family has been in the US for 18 years, including regular check-ins with immigration enforcement. Then, in 2018, an ICE officer told them they should buy plane tickets home. Now, they're in sanctuary in a Connecticut church while they fight to stay in the country.
The US civil rights movement to end racial segregation may have been most intense in the South, but there were also battles in the North, including in affluent beach communities in the state of Connecticut.
A pregnant woman from Honduras and her young daughter broke away from a caravan and crossed the Rio Grande to get to the US. Had she done so just a few weeks later, she would have been arrested and separated from her child under a new DHS policy.
Any potential money is barred by a congressional act known as the Dickey Amendment, which mandates that none of the funds available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would be “used to advocate or promote gun control."
NAFTA has governed the rules of trade between the US, Mexico and Canada since 1994. Today, many progressives who dislike NAFTA say President Trump is giving them the best chance in a generation to rewrite the rules of trade.
Author Michael Kodas talks about the high level of theft, sabotage and illicit behavior that takes place on the slopes of Mt. Everest, as told in his book "High Crimes: The Fate of Everest in an Age of Greed."
Author Michael Kodas talks about the high level of theft, sabotage and illicit behavior that takes place on the slopes of Mt. Everest, as told in his book, "High Crimes: The Fate of Everest in an Age of Greed."
This Thursday marks the one-year mark for the controversial business of issuing identification cards to undocumented migrants in New Haven, Connecticut. About 6,500 of the estimated 15,000 migrants now have the card, which provides access to libraries, a bank account and the public beach. Guest: Aswini Anburajan
Illinois Democratic governor Rod Blagojevich must find a replacement for President-elect Barack Obama, who will resign his Senate seat Sunday. Democrats retain a tenuous majority in the Senate as lawmakers consider economic stimulus legislation.