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Latino Evangelical leader’s immigration fix

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The president of the nation’s largest Latino evangelical organization says an immigration deal is possible in the new Congress – in part because of his working relationship with President Trump and House ...

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1 in 10 migrants in Caravan have violent criminal records

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More than 270 members of the first migrant caravans currently heading north through Central America and Mexico toward the United States have confirmed criminal histories, including known gang membership. The caravan has ...

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Policy on 300,000 yearly anchor babies under scrutiny

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Should the United States continue to allow the practice of people traveling here, either illegally or legally, just for the purpose of having a child so that child automatically becomes a citizen? ...

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Migrants turn down offers of jobs, benefits in Mexico

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A U.S.-bound caravan of Central American migrants pressed on through southern Mexico on Oct. 27, in spite of generous Mexican government offers of jobs, welfare benefits, healthcare and education for their children. ...

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Troops approved for nation’s southern border

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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has authorized the use of troops and other military resources at the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. officials said on Friday, bolstering President Donald Trump’s efforts to protect the nation ...

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Media ignores Guatemala’s arrest of 100 people linked to terrorists

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This week President Trump came under fire from the media for statements he made about Islamic terrorists being arrested by Central American countries. The news came as a group of migrants swelled ...

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Swedes vote opposition to generous immigration policy

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As Europeans continue to struggle with the issue of immigration, add another country that has been rocked at the polls over the issue. Sweden has become the latest European nation where voters ...

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3 charged in murder of local woman who retired to Belize

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Three people connected to disappearance of a Blue Springs woman in the Central American country of Belize have been arrested and charged with her murder. The body of 68-year-old Sherris Stringham had been ...

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Afraid to go home: Iraqi Christians still fear Mosul

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Tens of thousands of displaced Christians have returned to their cities and villages in Iraq’s Nineveh Plain, but many still refuse to return to Mosul–a city where unspeakable events took place against ...

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Kansas churches will offer “sanctuary,” break Federal Law

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Two churches in Kansas are among a growing number of organizations publicly stating they will break Federal law when it comes to harboring individuals who have entered the country illegally. The law, ...

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US says all eligible youngest children, families reunited

WASHINGTON (July 12, 2018) — The Trump administration says all eligible small children separated from their families as a result of its zero-tolerance immigration policy have been reunited with their parents. But ...

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Samaritan’s Purse VP rejected by U.N. for migration leadership

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The UN migration agency that influences policies around the world has rejected the Trump administration’s candidate to lead it. It’s just the second time since the agency’s founding in 1951 that an ...

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World Refugee Week highlights difference between displaced peoples

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Who’s a refugee and who’s an immigrant? With much of the media’s attention focused on 1,450 families who remain split up after the parents illegally crossed the U.S. border, there’s much a ...

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Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban on Islamic countries

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WASHINGTON – In a stunning ruling that silenced many of his immigration opponents, the Supreme Court today ruled that President Trump has the legal authority to restrict travel for citizens of countries ...

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DCF Releases Information about The Villages Inspection

On Friday, June 22, a Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) staff member visited The Villages Inc. This inspection was made at the request of Governor Jeff Colyer to ensure the ...

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