The island that ushered millions of immigrants into the U.S. received visitors Monday for the first time since being flooded by Superstorm Sandy. The storm swamped boilers and electrical systems and left the island without power for months....
Man suspected of stabbing 5 members of Brooklyn family appears in criminal court on Monday. 25-year-old Chinese immigrant Mingdong Chen has been charged with murder. (Oct. 28)
Chinese immigrant Mingdong Chen is now charged with five counts of murder in Brooklyn, New York. New York police say he implicated himself in the stabbing deaths of his cousin's wife and her four children. (Oct. 28)
President Barack Obama called on Congress Thursday to finish work on an immigration overhaul by the end of the year, a lofty goal that will be difficult to meet given the staunch opposition of many House Republicans. (Oct. 24)
Here's the latest news for Thursday, October 24th: Obama focused on immigration; Health care website contractors to testify to House; Thailand bus accident; Red Sox win Game 1 of World Series.
Post-shutdown agenda to focus on budget, immigration and a new farm bill. (Oct. 17)
With cash flow to the federal court system halted during the government shutdown, civil cases are feeling the most immediate impacts. But immigration court proceedings also have largely been shut down. (Oct. 14)
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Thursday adding California to the growing list of states that will grant driver licenses to immigrants in the country illegally. State officials estimate 1.4 million drivers will apply for licenses. (Oct. ...
Getting covered through President Barack Obama's new health care law might feel like a combination of doing your taxes and making a big purchase that requires some research. AP's Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar helps with the application process. (...
Leaders of Minnesota's large Somali community on Monday condemned the deadly attack by Somali terrorists on a Kenyan shopping mall, while waiting anxiously to see if any Somali-Americans had a hand in the violence. (Sept. 23)