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House Dems Call On WH To End Detainment Of Undocumented Mothers and Children

In a letter sent to Obama, House Democrats reveal concerns of sexual and physical abuse and sex trafficking that mothers and children face while in U.S. detention.

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Court Sides To Continue Stay On Obama’s Immigration Orders

The executive action, rendered by Obama in November and blocked by a Texas judge in February, would protect nearly 5 million undocumented workers living in the U.S. from deportation.

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House Dems. Push For DREAMers To Continue Military Service

Currently, DREAMers, children who were brought to the U.S. under illegal circumstances, are allowed to serve in the military as a pathway to citizenship.

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Hillary Clinton: I Support A Path To Citizenship

“The quicker we can legalize the people who are here, the better for the economy,” Clinton told a small group of students and parents at the roundtable event in Nevada

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Jeb Bush: 11 Million Undocumented Pesons In U.S. Should Be Allowed To Stay

The 2016 Republican presidential hopeful took a strong stand against his party’s own stance on the immigration reform issue

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Senate Dems. Block Immigration Bill

The filibustered bill would have halted President Obama’s executive orders over immigration

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Three DHS Leaders Come Together To Urge Congress To Act

Former DHS Secretaries under George W. Bush Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff, joined current DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson at the department urging Congress to act on passing a funding bill

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Sen. Dems Demand Clean DHS Funding Bill

“The Majority Leader should allow a vote on the [DHS] funding bill which is sitting on the floor calendar. That is the only way to resolve this mess, which Republicans created.”

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Obama Pens Op-ed In Effort To Reignite Immigration Debate

President Obama signed his Student Aid Bill of Rights on Tuesday morning, which aims to make it easier for students to repay college loans

“Our immigration system has been broken for decades. Our country deeply values fairness, but our immigration system has become unfair to businesses, workers and families alike,” Obama wrote.

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Sen. Manchin Prepared To Vote Against Immigration Actions

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is willing to vote against President Obama’s executive actions over immigration if a clean bill to fund DHS is passed

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UN Condemns IS Attacks on Iraqi Heritage Sites

UNESCO Executive-Direct Irina Bokova addresses the U.N. General Assembly before the adoption of a resolution on the destruction of Iraqi cultural heritage. May 28, 2015. UN Photo/Loey Felipe

The destruction of Iraqi antiquities amounts to ‘cultural cleansing,’ Iraq’s U.N. Ambassador told reporters.

DC Metro Bans ‘Issue-based’ Ads After Muhammad Cartoon Request

The proposed ad depicts a cartoon that won the “Draw Muhammad” competition in Texas this month where two Islamic State sympathizers opened fire on attendees

UN Defends Past FIFA Partnerships

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) attends the opening ceremony of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa. At right is FIFA President Sepp Blatter. June 11, 2010. UN Photo/Henry Romero.

Though a UN spokesman said cooperation consisted of ‘one time’ arrangements of a ‘pro bono’ nature, the world body will investigate its partnerships.

Obama Makes Unannounced Visit To Family Of Journalist Killed By ISIS

Photo/ The Daily Caller

U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff was beheaded on camera by ISIS last year

Obama Talks Hurricanes And Disaster Preparedness In FL


“It is never too early for disaster preparation,” Obama said.

Report: Clinton Foundation Paid Blumenthal 10K Monthly

Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton addresses press over email controversy March 10, 2015. Photo/Luke Vargas TRNS

Blumenthal had been providing “unsolicited” intelligence memos to Clinton during the Benghazi attacks, according to the report.