Pastor Warren H. Stewart of First Institutional Baptist Church in Phoenix joins other clergy members to demonstrate against SB 1070.
April 25, 2012 At one spot, songs and chants in English and Spanish called on the court to strike down the law. At another, supporters of State Bill 1070 unfurled flags of the United States, Arizona and the Tea Party. Here are a few of the people who traveled to the steps outside the court on Wednesday.
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April 25, 2012 The early analyses of this morning's Supreme Court hearing on parts of Arizona's controversial immigration law are in. The consensus is that the majority of justices will likely uphold the state.
A bilingual sign announces a polling place in the 2008 general election on November 4 in Phoenix, Ariz.
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April 20, 2012 Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is attempting to end the deficit it's running with Latino voters by stepping up its outreach efforts. The RNC's director of Hispanic outreach Bettina Inclan tells host Scott Simon how Republicans expect to close that gap.
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Linh Nguyen teaches the traditional Vietnamese recipes she learned from her mother and aunts to students at a Culture Kitchen class.
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March 24, 2012 Culture Kitchen, a San Francisco company, hires first-generation immigrants as cooking instructors. It tries to find talented cooks who wouldn't normally be teaching because of a language barrier or lack of formal training.
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March 2, 2012 The Pelaez's lawyer has said they will appeal the judge's ruling. And in the meantime, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman says that the agency will not rush to act in her case.
George Romney, center, with his wife, Lenore, and teenage son Mitt, in 1962.
January 27, 2012 The answer: George Romney's parents were U.S. citizens, so at birth he also became a natural-born U.S. citizen. His son, Mitt Romney, brought up George Romney's birth during Thursday's Republican presidential debate to rebut the charge that he's "anti-immigrant."
January 4, 2012 A Canadian man has been making headlines because he used an image of his passport saved on his iPad — instead of the official document itself — to cross the U.S.-Canadian border two times.
December 6, 2011 A new survey finds that prospective Iowa Republican caucus-goers favor tough border and workplace immigration enforcement, but favor modernization of legal immigration.
October 18, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, the GOP candidates and the politics of immigration, and the lessons that can still be learned from Catch-22. In the second hour, administering mental health first aid, and cartoonist Roz Chast on her book, 'What I Hate: From A to Z'.
October 14, 2011 The federal government and others continue to challenge the law and further rulings await.
April 30, 2011: In Tuscaloosa, Ala., LaTia Cobbs sat in the rubble of her destroyed home following the massive tornado that swept through the city three days earlier.
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July 1, 2011 A new law aimed at illegal immigrants goes into effect in the state in September, and many are already leaving the state. Construction firms will find it harder to fill the many rebuilding and cleanup jobs they'll have open.
June 27, 2011 State and local law enforcement agencies cannot opt out of a federal program that uses the agencies' fingerprint samples to enforce U.S. immigration laws, according to federal officials.
June 22, 2011 Jose Antonio Vargas, a reporter who shared a Pulitzer Prize at The Washington Post, reveals that over many years he obtained a series of false documents to conceal that fact from employers. Now he wants to be a voice in the immigration debate.
May 10, 2011 A federal judge will consider blocking implementation of Utah's controversial immigration enforcement law during a hearing this afternoon. The measure is modeled after Arizona's.
May 10, 2011 It's a given of American politics. The president and political party able to achieve immigration reform, or at the very least appear to be trying hard to do so, are likely to gain the loyalty of voters with ties to recent-immigrant communities.
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