Joanna Zuckerman Bernstein
Joanna Zuckerman Bernstein
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Immigration Reform 2013: Millions Of People Could Get Cut Out Of the Pathway To Citizenship

President Obama has introduced a sweeping immigration reform package in tandem with a bipartisan group of legislators. But do their solutions let millions of immigrants slip through the cracks?

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Marco Rubio 2016: Senator Has Flip-Flopped On Immigration Reform in Preparation For a Run

He was for it before he was against it. Marco Rubio, in readying for a 2016 presidential run, is now embracing comprehensive immigration reform as if he supported it all along.
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Immigration Reform: A Record 409,849 Deportations Happened in 2012, A Clear Sign We Need Change

The immigration issue is reaching fever pitch, and comprehensive immigration reform could get done as early as June 2013.
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Immigration Reform: Obama to Make Major Push in 2013

Continuing fiscal cliff talks and nationwide calls for gun control legislation might push immigration reform to the bottom of the President’s agenda.

Jenni Rivera Dead: Will the U.S. Finally Take Latin Music Seriously?

Prior to her death, superstar Jenni River's name was never mentioned by news divisions at ABC, CBS, Fox, or NBC. Will it take the death of an icon to get the U.S. caring about Mexican artists?
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Mexican Drug Cartels Target Journalists In Never Ending Drug War

With attacks, threats, and intimidation now a common occurrence, some media outlets, like El Mañana in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas have suspended coverage of organized crime and narco violence.