Obama signs executive action delaying deportations for millions of illegal ... - Fox News
President Obama signed two executive actions on Friday that would delay deportation for millions of illegal immigrants. The president, who signed the controversial policies aboard Air Force One, then spoke about his action at Del Sol High School in Las ...
Immigration reform: Who qualifies and who doesn't?
Obama seeks support for immigration plan, blasts Boehner
House GOP Files Lawsuit In Battling Health Law
In Chicago, contenders make hard push to get on mayoral ballot
By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - Standing outside a drugstore in the bitter Chicago wind, Jonathan Todd shared tips with a fellow volunteer on how to collect signatures to get their candidate on the mayoral ballot. "Hold your pen tight in your hand - that keeps the ink from freezing," said Todd, working for mayoral hopeful Amara Enyia. Todd was one of an army of campaign workers around the city this week scrambling for signatures before a Monday deadline to get a ballot spot to challenge incumbent Rahm Emanuel in February's election. The third-largest U.S. ...
Man survives fall from building onto car in S.F.
A man was seriously injured after falling from a building and landing onto a car in San Francisco's financial district, fire officials said. The man was transported to a hospital and the driver of the vehicle was uninjured.
How America Reacted to Obama's Immigration Announcement
Americans across the country gathered together on Thursday night to watch President Obamas address to the nation about his executive action on immigration.
3 accused of plot to kill Israel minister
The Israeli military said Friday it arrested three Palestinians from the West Bank and charged them in an alleged plot to assassinate Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.
Life bans for 'racist abuse' in sport?
Leading anti-apartheid activist urges Russia to show a tougher approach to racism ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
F1: Advantage Lewis Hamilton
F1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton feels like a "kid at Christmas" thanks to the dominance of his Mercedes car which was underlined again Friday as he set the fastest time in both practices for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.