WASHINGTON — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says he signed off on the controversial “pink licenses” that will be issued to some young illegal immigrants who were granted protection from deportation for two years.
WASHINGTON - The United States can no longer afford to train foreign scientists and engineers and then send them back home to work for the nation's competitors, say lawmakers who are expected to vote today on whether to grant thousands of visas to highly skilled foreign-born graduates.
MEXICO CITY — Martha couldn't take the beatings anymore. She
visited local police three times last year to report that her
husband was punching her in the stomach so hard she could barely
breathe. Each time, the police told her they could do nothing
unless she returned with cuts and bruises.
MEXICO CITY — As the Mexican government pursues two
investigations into the links between Mexico and Colombia's FARC
rebels, a Mexican student who survived a Colombian forces attack on
a FARC camp in the South American jungle has requested "political
refuge" in Ecuador.
MEXICO CITY — Fueled by the rising popularity of soft drinks and
fast-food restaurants, Mexico has become the second-fattest nation
in the world. Mexican health officials say it could surpass the
U.S. as the most obese country within 10 years if trends