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Today β€” January 22nd 2020Your RSS feeds

Why Trump Persists

By Thomas B. Edsall

Voters are less tolerant, less empathetic and less interested in integrity than many political analysts thought.

Trump Considering an Expansion of His 2017 Travel Ban

By Katie Rogers

The president said in Davos, Switzerland, that he was planning to add more countries to an executive order barring people from predominantly Muslim countries.

Yesterday β€” January 21st 2020Your RSS feeds

Iranian Student Blocked From U.S. Despite Court Order, Sparking Outrage

By Caitlin Dickerson and Caleb Hampton

A growing number of Iranian students are being turned away at airports amid escalated diplomatic tensions with Iran.

Texas’ Governor Said No to Refugees. In Amarillo, They’re Saying Maybe.

By Manny Fernandez

In earlier years, Amarillo had more refugees per capita than any other Texas city. The newcomers are considered neighbors now.

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A Grieving Young Tennis Star Finds Solace on the Court

By Christopher Clarey

Just as Amanda Anisimova’s career was soaring last summer, her father’s sudden death changed everything, except her deep love of the sport and its connection to her family’s history.

A Dispute Over $200 and a Deadly Push Down the Stairs

By Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura

A landlord was sympathetic to a young immigrant, so he rented him a room. But then they clashed.

Mexico blocks 2,500 migrants from crossing at Guatemala entry point, authorities say

By Nick Givas

Mexican officials have closed a section of their border with Guatemala, following a push by thousands of migrants to make their way across a bridge over the Suchiate River. 

A Surge of Migrants Rushes a Mexican Border Crossing

By Brent McDonald

The latest influx from Guatemala is testing Mexico’s resolve to restrict the movement of undocumented migrants under pressure from the United States.

The Changing Colors of Istanbul

By Orhan Pamuk

Orhan Pamuk walks through his city, photographing its streets at night. He discovers new light and new realities.

Walk, Run, Cha-Cha

By Laura Nix

Paul and Millie Cao lost their youth to the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they are rediscovering themselves on the dance floor.

A Grieving Young Tennis Star Finds Solace on the Court

By Christopher Clarey

Just as Amanda Anisimova’s career was soaring last summer, her father’s sudden death changed everything, except her deep love of the sport and its connection to her family’s history.

Citing Murder, Top Trump Official Condemns N.Y. Sanctuary Policy

By Annie Correal

“A phone call, one simple phone call, and Ms. Fuertes would be alive today,” the ICE head said, referring to a 92-year-old woman killed in Queens.

Writing About the Border Crisis, Hoping to Break Down Walls

By Alexandra Alter

Jeanine Cummins depicts a mother and son’s gut-wrenching journey in “American Dirt,” even as she acknowledges “I don’t know if I’m the right person to tell this story.”

NYPD union leader sides with ICE against de Blasio over β€˜sanctuary’-tied murder: β€˜He owns this’

By Adam Shaw

A top New York Police Department union official on Friday called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to “own” the consequences of the city’s sanctuary policies -- while insisting officers want to be allowed to work with federal immigration enforcement -- after an illegal immigrant who was freed in November is alleged to have sexually assaulted and murdered a 92-year-old woman.

Kumail Nanjiani Thinks Immigrant Stories Can Still Be Hopeful

By Brandon Yu

The comic and actor discusses “Little America,” his new anthology series on Apple TV Plus, and why “despite all the issues, I personally do feel optimistic about this country.”

A Luxury Dish Is Banned, and a Rural County Reels

By John Leland and Desiree Rios

The ban protects animals and slaps wealthy gourmands. But upstate, hundreds of low-wage immigrant laborers are bracing for the impact.

NYC’s sanctuary city policy under fire after freed illegal immigrant allegedly murders 92-year-old

By Adam Shaw

New York City’s sanctuary city policy is again under fire after an illegal immigrant, who was released from NYPD custody in November despite a plea from federal immigration officials to hold him, is alleged to have gone on to sexually assault and murder a 92-year-old woman. 

Migrant Caravan Embarks From Honduras, Posing Challenge to Region

By Kirk Semple

Such caravans have angered President Trump, who has tried to compel his regional counterparts to step up their enforcement efforts.

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