Between the "asylum ban" and cuts to refugee resettlement, advocates say the White House is succeeding in preventing vulnerable people from seeking refuge in the US.
Agencies that help resettle refugees are left in the dark, unsure what to make of the government shutdown.
Idaho Latinos have seen their hope for a champion of immigration reform dashed, as Congressman Raúl Labrador, a Puerto Rican-born former immigration attorney, turns his back on a pathway to citizenship.
Where in the world can you sit on a beach and still enjoy a view of the Eiffel Tower? Imagine walking down to the Seine River this time of year, and seeing palm trees, umbrellas, lounge chairs and sand beaches lining the riverbank.
A gang of robbers was chased through the narrow streets of Zedelgem recently by a motorcycle policeman. The thieves tossed a stolen safe out the car window and it burst open spilling a million euros into the street. What would you do?
Over 130,000 people have filed for damages due to the Gulf Oil Spill. Only a third of the 130,000 claims against BP have been paid out. That's about to change. Professor Howard Erichson, of Fordham Law School, joins us to help sort out the legalities.
Eight of the 10 missionaries from Boise, Idaho, who were charged with trying to take Haitian children out of the country illegally have been freed and are now back in the U.S.