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  • If a portfolio could vote, it would vote for Clinton

    Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global, says that "if your portfolio could vote, it would vote for Hillary Clinton."

  • Steve Case

    AOL co-founder Steve Case finds Donald Trump's tight-borders, back-to-the-glory-days approach unsettling.

  • Case for Clinton's jobs plan

    Steve Case, Revolution LLC chair & CEO, talks about Hillary Clinton's plan to create jobs, and her views on trade and immigration.

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Consider two women in their 70 s, both residents of the Kansas City area. At 71, Carole Ramsey knows she has long been fortunate. She married a man who became a successful lawyer, raised their children in Kansas City's affluent western suburbs and now enjoys a comfortable retirement full of international travel.

  • DEPT OF HOMELAND SECURITY REVIEWING CASES TO REVOKE CITIZENSHIP OF IMMIGRANTS WHO WERE MISTAKENLY GRANTED CITIZENSHIP- DHS SECRETARY JOHNSON.

  • Clinton vs. Trump: Immigration

    David Avella, GOPAC Chairman, and Todd Schulte, FWD.us President, discuss the immigration policy stances laid out by both candidates at the first presidential debate.

  • Immigrant advocacy members pray at the U.S.-Mexico border fence on May 1, 2016, in Tijuana.

    Immigration boosts economies but can cause social tensions and security concerns, the IMF has said, at a time when immigration is contentious in the U.S. and Europe.

  • Yanis Varoufakis

    Europe is at risk of disintegration and this could come at great human cost, Greece’s fiery former finance minister warned on Tuesday.

  • LONDON, Sept 27- Emerging stocks firmed 0.6 percent on Tuesday and Mexico's peso, a bellwether of emerging market sentiment on U.S. elections, led currency gains with a 2 percent jump as investors cheered the outcome of the first presidential debate. While opinion polls show the two candidates neck-and-neck, a CNN viewer poll after the debate showed 62 percent...

  • Supporters of Pegida hold flags during a demonstration at Konigsufer Square in Dresden, Germany on February 6, 2016.

    A rise in right-wing extremism is posing a serious threat to the economy in East Germany, according to a government report.

  • ROME— Italian officials warned Monday that Switzerland could face consequences after voters in the border canton of Ticino approved a referendum calling on authorities to grant preference to Swiss workers over foreigners in employment. Fifty-eight percent of Ticino voters on Sunday approved the measure, an outgrowth of the Swiss nationalist efforts to...

  • BERLIN— Germany's finance minister has poured scorn on Britain's bid to keep its access to the European Union's single market while restricting EU immigration when it leaves the bloc. Wolfgang Schaeuble suggested Friday that he would be willing to provide Britain's top diplomat with a refresher course in how one of the EU's central treaties works— in English,...

  • Net migration into the U.K.

    CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on the trade-off between controlling migration and retaining single market access.

  • STOCKHOLM, Sept 22- Hazaras are a mainly Shi'ite community, several thousand of whom have fled to Sweden in recent years to escape abuse and poverty in marginalised communities in Afghanistan and Iran. Many fled to Iran and Pakistan, where rights groups say they are still persecuted. There are around 951,000 Afghan refugees in Iran, many of them Hazaras, and 1.56...

  • STOCKHOLM, Sept 22- Hazaras are a mainly Shi'ite community, several thousand of whom have fled to Sweden in recent years to escape abuse and poverty in marginalized communities in Afghanistan and Iran. Many fled to Iran and Pakistan, where rights groups say they are still persecuted. There are around 951,000 Afghan refugees in Iran, many of them Hazaras, and 1.56...

  • Trump's comments were offensive: Mexico's Villarreal

    Mexico's Secretary of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal talks about Donald Trump's comments about Mexicans, Mexico's relationhip with U.S. businesses, and oil's impact on Mexico.

  • Mexico and the politics of trade: Secretary Villarreal

    Mexico's Secretary of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal talks about Mexico's relationship with the U.S., the upcoming U.S. presidential election, trade, immigration and the "wall."

  • Trump Jr. said Wednesday in Salt Lake City that his tweet was spurred by his concern as a father about inadequate vetting of people coming into the United States. His remarks came during a visit with editorial boards from the Mormon-owned Deseret News and KSL-TV. Trump Jr. said "We've seen what's going on in Europe.

  • Rahami is suspected of planting several explosives in New York City and New Jersey, including one that blew up on Saturday night in Manhattan and injured 29 people and two in New Jersey that exploded over the weekend but did not hurt anyone. Local restaurant owners in Elizabeth said on Tuesday that many of the fried chicken restaurants are operated by Afghan...

  • WELLINGTON, Sept 21- New Zealand's immigration boom struck a record with 125,000 newcomers landing in the 12 months through August, yet shortages of skilled labor in hot sectors like tech and construction is fueling criticism of government policies. "The key issue around migration is what is the- for want of a better word- the quality of the people that we bring in,"...