Immigration from Latin America - The Debate Dividing the US. A Report by Max Hofmann.
While the public focus on the Trump administration's crackdown on sanctuary cities lies mostly on places like New York or Seattle, small cities resist as well. One is just a short metro ride away from the White House.
Australia will hold a non-binding postal vote on same sex-marriage in September. The vote is the end-of-the-line compromise from a tired prime minister to a people sick of the debate, as Helen Clark reports from Perth.
President Trump’s support for a congressional plan that would slash legal immigration to the US can be seen mostly as a politically shrewd move to play to his supporters, because the bill is unlikely to become law.
Steve Bannon's long-overdue ouster from the White House is welcome, as Trump's chief strategist is credited with pushing a nationalist agenda and stirring up trouble in the administration. But Donald Trump should worry.
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