Immigration Reform 2014: Deportation Relief Will Also Lead To Educational Opportunities, Financial Aid, Depending On State
Relief from deportation means immigrants get access to jobs, health care and education opportunities, but the extent of the benefits will vary.
Immigration Reform 2014: Obama's Deportation Relief Plan Touted As Accountability, Not Amnesty
President Obama described a plan to shield some 5 million immigrants from deportation not as shelter or relief -- but accountability.
Immigration Reform 2014: White House Talking Points To Democrats Downplay Deportation Relief
The White House wants Democrats to emphasize border security and deportation, not protection for undocumented immigrants.
Immigration Reform 2014: The Executive Orders Obama Might Announce In Thursday Evening Address
Obama will detail an overhaul of U.S. immigration policy Thursday night. Here's what the executive actions might entail.
Immigration Reform 2014: A Family's Hopes And Fears Show The Potential Import Of Obama's Executive Action
In Connecticut, the DeLeon family is trying not to get its hopes up on immigration reform after a decade of living in fear in the U.S.
Mexico’s First Lady To Sell Controversial $7 Million Mansion Amid Corruption Scandal
The $7 million residence was at the heart of corruption allegations, as President Peña Nieto faces protests over 43 missing students.
Immigration Reform 2014: Obama's Executive Action Could Shield 5 Million From Deportation
The president looks poised to go big with executive action, shielding up to 5 million people from deportation.
Four Detained Over Miss Honduras Disappearance
The 19-year-old beauty queen was last seen Thursday, days before she was scheduled to fly to London ahead of the Miss World competition.
Cuban Doctors Flee Venezuela With The Help Of U.S. Parole Program
Venezuela's economic troubles and high crime are spurring Cuban medical workers to abandon their posts en masse.
Bosnia Arrests 12 On Charges Of War Crimes Near Mass Grave Site
The suspects are accused of participating in a 1992 attack against Muslims, killed and dumped into a mass grave.
Venezuela’s Ruling Party Announces Phone Number And Email Address For Denouncing ‘Infiltrators’
Venezuela's ruling party has a new way of shoring up unity as it grapples with internal fractures and dropping poll numbers.
Alan Gross Nears Fifth Year In Cuban Prison As Senators Signal Positive Signs For Release
Two senators are hopeful about the possible release of former USAID subcontractor Alan Gross after nearly five years in a Cuban prison.
Mexico's Missing Students: Guerrero Lawmaker Calls For Truce After Protesters Torch State Buildings
Protesters torched state buildings in Guerrero again as the nearby beach resort town of Acapulco reported tourism losses.
Immigration Reform 2014: Executive Action Prompts Blame Game Between Obama And New Midterm Congress
If and when President Obama takes executive action on immigration, it will be the first shot in a battle with a GOP Congress.
Mexico Mansion Scandal Further Inflames Anger Against President Enrique Peña Nieto
The president's $7 million house is owned by a member of the consortium that landed a $3.7 billion rail contract, a report says.
‘Enough, I’m Tired’: Mexicans Lash Out Against Attorney General’s Off-The-Cuff Remark
Mexicans are lashing out against an off-the-cuff remark made by the attorney general during a press conference Friday.
Pope Francis Demotes Outspoken Conservative American Cardinal
Cardinal Raymond Burke had been a prominent conservative voice critical of Pope Francis's reform-minded leadership.
Iran Nuclear Negotation Deadline Looms As IAEA Notes Uptick In Uranium Stockpile
Iran's deputy foreign minister waxed optimistic about a deal before the Nov. 24 deadline as the IAEA noted an uptick in Iran's uranium stockpile.
Arizona Immigrant Smuggling Law Struck Down
The move is the latest in a string of rulings striking down Arizona's strict measures against illegal immigration.
Ukraine Crisis Could Present A New Cold War: Gorbachev
Gorbachev said trust between eastern and western countries has “collapsed” in the past few months.
Germany After The Berlin Wall: From Painful Reunification To Global Powerhouse
Germany's painful economic road after unification eventually helped bolster its role as Europe's de facto leader following the financial crisis.
Sen. Marco Rubio Hopes GOP Midterm Wins Will Revive Push For Venezuela Sanctions
The new GOP-dominated Congress could renew stalled efforts to punish Venezuelan officials for their role in this year's protest crackdown.
Uruguay's President Offered $1 Million For 1987 Volkswagen Beetle, His Only Asset
The "poorest president in the world" said the 1987 Beetle is the only asset he has to his name.
What Is APEC? Obama, Asia-Pacific Leaders Head To Beijing For APEC Summit
Only about 10 percent of the world's countries are members of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, but they control almost half of global trade.
After Midterm Loss, Obama To Attend APEC Summit With Diminished Global Clout
World leaders may see Obama as a lame duck after Tuesday's election defeat — and the first test is coming soon.
Mexico’s Missing Students: Protesters Stage Three-Day Nationwide Strike
Mexicans angry at the police are staging a "Global Day of Action" over 43 students who went missing more than a month ago.
Immigration Reform 2014: After Midterm Elections, Executive Action Back In The Spotlight
Obama is expected to issue long-awaited executive orders on immigration any day now, potentially offering deportation relief to millions.
Mexico’s Missing Students: Mayor Linked To Disappearances Arrested In Mexico City
Authorities say the former mayor and his wife ordered the police attack on students last month that resulted in 43 disappearances.
UK-Germany EU Immigration Dispute Won’t Spell 'Brexit' Just Yet, Analysts Say
David Cameron's clash with Angela Merkel may be rooted in political gamesmanship rather than a real move to quit Europe.
Uruguay Registers Cannabis Growers' Clubs, Taking Another Step Towards Legal Pot
The state-backed marijuana legalization program still faces an uncertain future before the presidential runoff vote later this month.