The need for immigration reform has united individuals from various sectors, including business, education and religion. But one group — our nation’s farmers — feels particularly strongly about this issue, and with good reason. On our farm, we use the … Continue reading
The House passed a version of the legislation and a Senate committee voted 8-5 Wednesday to keep the bill alive. Three Republicans joined with five Democrats after the bill was changed to require any student seeking in-state tuition rates to … Continue reading
Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) said Wednesday that, if the House were to vote on the Senate immigration bill today, it would pass.
The U.S. has tired of its longest war, debating only the size of the small force it will leave behind, mostly for training purposes. The Taliban continues to have many strongholds in significant parts of the country. And Pakistan continues to … Continue reading
Tens of thousands of people in fear for their lives are sheltering inside six United Nations bases in the world’s youngest country, South Sudan. They have fled to these “safe havens” to escape the violence of a civil war that … Continue reading
Syria has shipped out 11% of its chemical weapons stockpile — falling far short of the February 5 deadline to have all such arms removed from the country, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons told CNN Wednesday.
Attempts to purge Muslims from parts of the war-torn Central African Republic have prompted “a Muslim exodus of historic proportions,” rights group Amnesty International warned Wednesday.
TUAPSE, Russia — The purple Chrysler PT Cruiser sped through the night, barreling around rain-slicked hairpin curves on a clandestine rescue mission. It was 3 a.m. Ahead glared the harsh lights of a security check point. Sochi was 60 miles … Continue reading
SEOUL — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with South Korean leaders on Thursday to reinvigorate efforts to deter North Korea from pursuing nuclear arms. But how exactly the United States can accomplish that after decades of frustrated efforts … Continue reading
AMMAN, Jordan — This is a country ruled by a monarch who serves as the overextended host for guests who never seem to leave, his kingdom crowded with stateless people and war refugees — 200,000 Iraqis, 600,000 Syrians and more … Continue reading