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Lin-Manuel Miranda Sings
Lullaby at Families Belong Together Protest
“We’re here because there’s parents right now who can’t sing lullabies to their kids,” he told protesters. “This is for those parents.”
Yes, Romney the Presidential Candidate Was Right Wing on Immigration
Mitt Romney may be trying to pander to conservatives by talking tough on immigration. But that’s something he’s been doing for a long time.
The Resistance to ‘the Resistance,’ in Orange County
Famously right-wing Orange County, California, is changing rapidly — but not so rapidly that its county government isn’t fighting back.
Trump Picks Up Shutdown Threat Over Immigration After Democrats Drop It
Look who’s threatening to shut down the government now.
Ravi Ragbir Doesn’t Want to Be a Symbol
The immigration-rights activist faces his own deportation. His case will be front and center at Trump’s first State of the Union address.
5 Reasons an Immigration Deal Will Be Crazy Hard to Achieve
What might be America’s thorniest domestic policy issue just keeps getting more complicated.
Trump Nostalgic for the Swamp’s Favorite Fuel, Earmarks
Why not bring back the little political trophies pols love so much? It’s not like Trump was serious about “draining the swamp.”
Democrats Abandon Threats to Shut Down Government to Protect Dreamers
After some saber-rattling, congressional Democratic leaders have decided to pursue Dreamer protections through bipartisan negotiations.
Will the Government Avoid a Shutdown? 5 Key Questions
A government shutdown is unlikely. But if talks wander onto non-spending topics, and each side thinks the other will be blamed, it could happen.