Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke with DREAMers Tuesday including Juan Salazar, second from right, and Astrid Silva, left. "I will fight to stop partisan attacks on the executive actions that would put DREAMers — including many with us today — at risk of deportation," Clinton said. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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It's All Politics

Clinton Charms DREAMers On Immigration

Speaking in Las Vegas, she said it was time to provide immigrants in the country illegally with a path to citizenship and that she could go "even further" than Obama's controversial executive actions.

Andreas Lubitz, seen here in 2009, is believed to have deliberately crashed Germanwings flight 9525 into a mountain in southern France on March 24, killing all 150 people on board. Getty Images hide caption

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Report Finds Germanwings Co-Pilot May Have Rehearsed Crash

A report from French investigators says that Andreas Lubitz set the altitude dial to 100 feet several times during his outbound flight, leading investigators to believe that he was practicing for the crash.

Derek Jeter attends the launch party for his new website, The Players' Tribune, on Feb. 14.The new website is a platform for athletes to talk directly to fans. Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images hide caption

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Sweetness And Light

Athletes Want To Talk To Fans Without Meddlesome Sports Journalists

Retired baseball player Derek Jeter is leading the charge to find ways for players to speak to fans without media middlemen.

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Protesters gather April 30, outside of Puerto Rico's Capitol building in San Juan to oppose Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla's budget proposal. The plan would raise taxes to help cover the state's massive debt. Ricardo Arduengo/AP hide caption

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Economy

In Puerto Rico's Debt Crisis, There Are No Easy Solutions

After years of recession and rampant tax evasion, the U.S. territory is desperate to renegotiate its $73 billion debt. But it can't declare bankruptcy, and plans to raise taxes face strong resistance.

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