Authorities say a black-market arms dealer who tried to buy anti-aircraft missiles and sell them to clients in the Middle East has been convicted of conspiracy in Los Angeles.
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The nation loved the song, which was introduced 80 years ago. But some reviled Irving Berlin for his presumption, as an immigrant and a Jew, in having written it at all.
A number of Hispanic Jews are taking Spain up on its invitation for citizenship. Some say it’s a response to growing racism in the United States.
A judge’s ruling Friday highlighted the continuing dispute over charges of voting irregularities that have added tension to the election
A group of desperate migrants walking toward the Texas border is not a threat. We have laws to protect us — and them.
A judge says a Chicago computer-science specialist accused of running online propaganda campaigns for Islamic State poses a threat and so must stay jailed until trial.
The attack, after the speaker criticized President Trump’s birthright citizenship plan, suggested that Mr. Trump was preparing to cast blame elsewhere for Republicans’ possible loss of the House.
The president has birthright citizenship all wrong.
America has long conferred citizenship on those born within its borders, a principle which has led to crucial opportunities for immigrant families.
Frustrated that other topics came to dominate the news, the president has sought to seize back the national stage.
Supreme Court decisions and a scholarly consensus reject Mr. Trump’s claimed power to end birthright citizenship by executive order.
President Trump wrongly said that the United States was the “only country in the world” where a baby born there automatically has citizenship. In fact, dozens of countries grant it.
The New York Times has also learned the identity of the man, Abdulrahman Ahmad Alsheikh, who was referred to as “John Doe” in public court filings.
More than 700,000 immigrants are waiting on applications to become U.S. citizens, a process that once typically took about six months but has stretched to more than two years in some places.
The doctors include one who sexually exploited female patients and another who tried to have a dissatisfied patient killed, the report found.