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  • SHANGHAI, May 7- Organisers barred journalists on Sunday from a publicly advertised event in Shanghai that offered Chinese investors the chance to get U.S. immigrant visas if they put money in a real estate project linked to the family of President Donald Trump's son-in-law. The two-tower luxury apartment complex in New Jersey, One Journal Square, is being...

  • SHANGHAI, May 7- Organisers barred journalists on Sunday from a publicly advertised event in Shanghai to attract Chinese investment in a U.S. real estate project linked to the family of President Donald Trump's son-in-law in exchange for immigrant visas. The two-tower luxury apartment complex in New Jersey, One Journal Square, is being developed by KABR Group...

  • MONTERREY, Mexico, May 6- Engineers from across Mexico streamed into a cramped hotel lobby in the industrial city of Monterrey for a chance of a job with the U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc, which is looking south of the border for talent in short supply at home. Mexico boasts a substantial pool of experienced manufacturing engineers, with 19 automotive...

  • U.S. President Donald Trump (L) and Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (R) meet ahead of an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea, aboard the USS Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York, U.S. May 4, 2017.

    Trump held his first-meeting with Australia's Turnbull on Thursday, declaring they "get along great," after a tense January phone call.

  • Alphabet executive chairman called limiting H-1B visas 'the stupidest policy'

    Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt made his feelings on limiting hiring skilled immigrants clear Wednesday.

  • Honduran army soldiers observe a bus full of children deported from Mexico as it crosses into Honduras at Corinto, on the border between Honduras and Guatemala.

    The U.S. is plotting an ambitious attempt to shore up Central America, with President Trump pressing Mexico to do more to stem the flow of migrants.

  • Steve Bannon

    Steve Bannon's list of tasks on immigration and other campaign goals appeared in a Twitter photo posted by "America's Rabbi," NBC reports.

  • H’Mark Hospitality CEO: Drastic changes since Trump travel ban

    H’Mark Hospitality CEO Alexander P. Bohnekamp takes a look at how much of an impact Trump’s immigration policies have had on his business.

  • Remittances to Mexico totaled $2.52 billion last month, compared with $2.189 billion in March last year. President Donald Trump ran an election campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric and threatened to halt transfers from Mexican nationals unless Mexico agreed to pay for a wall he wants built on the U.S. southern border to keep out illegal immigrants.

  • Remittances to Mexico totaled $2.52 billion last month, compared with $2.189 billion in March last year. President Donald Trump ran an election campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric and threatened to halt transfers from Mexican nationals unless Mexico agreed to pay for a wall he wants built on the U.S. southern border to keep out illegal immigrants.

  • Remittances to Mexico totaled $2.52 billion last month, compared with $2.189 billion in March last year. President Donald Trump ran an election campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric and threatened to halt transfers from Mexican nationals unless Mexico agreed to pay for a wall he wants built on the U.S. southern border to keep out illegal immigrants.

  • Remittances to Mexico totaled $2.52 billion last month, compared with $2.189 billion in March last year. President Donald Trump ran an election campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric and threatened to halt transfers from Mexican nationals unless Mexico agreed to pay for a wall he wants built on the U.S. southern border to keep out illegal immigrants.

  • Chicago on Immigrant entrepreneurs

    This week is National Small Business Week, and Kate is hitting the road to highlight different demographics of entrepreneurs and their contributions to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in recent years. Startup numbers overall rose for the second year in a row in 2016, a promising sign after falling with the recession and failing to rebound. But what is holding some groups back, while others flourish? Kate finds out across the country.

  • Arrests made in America's May Day protests

    Tens of thousands across the U.S. protested against President Trump's immigration and labor policies in May Day rallies.

  • Small biz and the force of immigrant entrepreneurs

    CNBC's Kate Rogers hits the road to highlight how immigrants have contributed to the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

  • Protesters gather at Dupont Circle before marching to denounce U.S. President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant policies May 1, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    Tens of thousands across the US peacefully chanted, picketed and protested against President Trump's immigration and labor policies on May Day.

  • But Democrats claimed victory on issue after issue, and suggested the path for Congress going forward was to navigate around Trump in a bipartisan manner if he refuses to constructively engage with lawmakers. Money for a U.S.- Mexico border wall Trump has said is needed to stem the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs was nowhere to be found in the agreement due...

  • Artemio Arreola, an organizer with the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, speaks to other advocates in downtown Chicago. The advocates plan to march in a May 1 rally in Chicago.

    May Day protests promise to tap into discontent with President Trump's current policies.

  • WASHINGTON, April 29- A sea of protesters swarmed in front of the White House on Saturday to voice displeasure with President Donald Trump's stance on the environment and demand that he rethink plans to reverse the climate change policies backed by his predecessor. As temperatures rose above 90 degrees Fahrenheit under hazy skies in the nation's capital, tens...

  • Migrants arriving at IOM's Transit Center in Agadez, Niger.

    Migrants become commodities in Libya and sold into exploitation and slavery, a UN agency says.