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  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks on the last day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio

    Julissa Arce says if Donald Trump were president while she was a young, undocumented immigrant, he probably would’ve deported her. And after his hate-filled speech, it’s time to stop Trump.

  • Members of the U.K.’s science and agriculture industries have already begun to voice concerns about Brexit's impact on funding and labour.

  • New PM Theresa May to hold first Prime Minister's Questions

    Professor Tony Travers, U.K. politics expert at LSE, says Britain's new leader Theresa May will want to stamp her authority in her first PMQs.

  • Donald Trump wants a border wall, but Ronald Reagan thought about a ditch, says Frank Keating, who supervised immigration under Reagan.

  • We need to secure our borders: Ex-Gov Frank Keating

    Donald Trump wants to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, but Ronald Reagan considered a ditch, said Keating who supervised immigration and border patrol under Reagan.

  • A rescuer stands on a road near railtracks in Wuerzburg southern Germany on July 18, 2016 after a man attacked train passengers with an axe. German police killed the man after he attacked passengers on a train with an axe and a knife.

    A hand-drawn Islamic State flag was found in the room of the 17-year-old who attacked passengers on a train in southern Germany with an ax.

  • Sen. Sessions: This is an economic disaster

    Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio about the effect of our current trade and immigration policies on the U.S. economy.

  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Residents along the U.S.- Mexico border are feeling ignored in the midst of a U.S. presidential election in which immigration, border security and a proposed wall are being hotly debated, a poll released Monday suggests. According to the poll, 86 percent of border residents in Mexico and 72 percent of those questioned in the U.S. were against...

  • Tech against Trump

    Former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra is now President of NAVHealth. Chopra discusses the tech and innovation dialogue as the RNC kicks off.

  • Donald Trump Republican presidential candidate

    Critics say Donald Trump's immigration policies will wreck the US economy. These five states in particular could be the biggest casualties.

  • *Taiwan, Canada are top destinations. HONG KONG, July 18- When activists began setting fire to trash bins and hurling bricks at police during a February riot in Hong Kong, Chris Lee became more convinced his decision to leave his siblings and mother behind and move to Taiwan was the right one. Hong Kong, long known as one of the safest and most law-abiding cities in Asia,...

  • France Terrorism

    Pakistan's former prime minister Shaukat Aziz says there needs to be a long-term approach to understanding why terrorist attacks are happening in France.

  • LOGAN, W.Va.— Mike Kirk leans across the counter of the pawnshop where he works for $11 an hour. It's less than half what he made in the mines, but the best he can do these days. He and two customers ponder what this city might look like in 10 years if nothing changes.

  • LONDON— Exposing the uncertainties unleashed by Britain's decision to leave the European Union, the U.K. minister in charge of negotiating the divorce said Sunday that most EU citizens in Britain when it leaves the bloc will be able to stay— but some might have to leave. Brexit Secretary David Davis dismissed suggestions that the estimated 3 million EU...

  • LONDON, July 14- Britain will suffer grave economic damage if it tries to slash immigration after last month's vote to leave the European Union, according to a retail boss who was among the leading business supporters of' Brexit'. Simon Wolfson, chief executive of fashion group Next, told the BBC he wanted the government to gain "some control" over levels of...

  • BOE Rates

    Standard Chartered's Sarah Hewin says the Bank of England might wait until after it gets updated forecasts of the economy's performance post-Brexit.

  • LONDON, July 13- Having fought her way to the top of British politics, new Prime Minister Theresa May will face an even tougher battle in power: plotting a divorce from the European Union that she once opposed but now says must not be halted. Despite having campaigned to remain in the EU before the June 23 Brexit referendum, May, 59, said she would steer Britain through...

  • SAN FRANCISCO/ HOUSTON, July 13- Two top U.S. central bankers jumped into the debate over immigration this week with surprising candor, with one calling for engagement in what he said would be "a horribly difficult debate" so as to ensure better economic growth. Speaking Tuesday evening in Marquette, Michigan, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari also said that...

  • LONDON, July 13- Having fought her way to the top of British politics, new Prime Minister Theresa May will face an even tougher battle in power: plotting a divorce from the European Union that she once opposed but now says must not be halted. The Brexit vote thrust Britain into political crisis with both major parties in leadership battles and investors left...

  • Immigration needed in demographically challenged world: Author

    Can countries “pick and choose” people when it comes to immigration? Ruchir Sharma, head of EM at Morgan Stanley and author of "The Rise and Fall of Nations", weighs in.