US Communities Diverge On Child Migrant Response
July 21, 2014
Gina Perkins of Grand Prairie, Texas, left a message protesting the use of a vacant school building as a shelter. "I vehemently oppose providing anything but a ticket home to these illegals," she said.
Florida Town Stunned By News Of Police KKK Ties
"Maybe I'm ignorant, but I didn't realize that they still met and organized and did that kind of thing," said Michele Lange, a church volunteer.
Police Clash With Youth Following French Ban On Pro-Palestine Protests
The unrest was the second time in two days that pro-Palestinian demonstrations in France turned violent. The demonstration, like the one in Paris on Saturday, had been banned to "ensure peace".
House GOP Prepares Response To Border Crisis
Meanwhile the children keep coming, with 90,000 expected by the end of the fiscal year. They flee violence, but also are drawn by rumors that once here, they can stay.
UN: Some 5,500 Civilians Killed In Iraq This Year
In its report, the U.N. mission to Iraq said at least 5,576 civilians were killed and another 11,665 wounded in Iraq from Jan. 1 through the end of June.
US Preparing Unilateral Sanctions On Russia
After weeks of inaction, the officials say the U.S. is now prepared to move forward alone if EU officials fail to enact strong sanctions during a meeting Wednesday in Brussels.
Local Sheriff Stirs Up Anti-Immgration Protesters In Arizona
"We are not going to tolerate illegals forced upon us," protester Loren Woods said.
UN: Nations Hide Rise In Private Digital Surveillance
The U.N. says it has strong evidence of a growing complicity among private companies in government spying.
Journalist, Activist Detained By US Border Patrol
A prominent immigration activist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has lived and worked in the U.S. without legal documentation for years has been detained by U.S. Border Patrol agents at a South Texas airport.