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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary cities must end

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary cities must end

    Monday, March 27 2017 2:22 PM EDT2017-03-27 18:22:59 GMT
    Monday, March 27 2017 2:22 PM EDT2017-03-27 18:22:59 GMT
    The Trump administration is continuing its tough talk against "sanctuary cities," which shelter people living in the country illegally by refusing to help the federal government enforce immigration laws.
    The Trump administration is continuing its tough talk against "sanctuary cities," which shelter people living in the country illegally by refusing to help the federal government enforce immigration laws.
  • Morale, hiring practices could hinder plan to boost border agents

    Morale, hiring practices could hinder plan to boost border agents

    Monday, March 27 2017 1:49 PM EDT2017-03-27 17:49:19 GMT
    Monday, March 27 2017 1:49 PM EDT2017-03-27 17:49:20 GMT
    From left, National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd, National Treasury Employees Union President Anthony Reardon and National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council President Chris Crane testify to the Senate committee.From left, National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd, National Treasury Employees Union President Anthony Reardon and National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council President Chris Crane testify to the Senate committee.

    A Trump administration that plans to hire thousands more border and immigration officers is “desperately” needed, but unlikely to happen quickly at agencies plagued by low morale and a cumbersome hiring process, witnesses told a Senate panel Wednesday.

    A Trump administration that plans to hire thousands more border and immigration officers is “desperately” needed, but unlikely to happen quickly at agencies plagued by low morale and a cumbersome hiring process, witnesses told a Senate panel Wednesday.

  • Travel ban keeps international flight students in Arizona

    Travel ban keeps international flight students in Arizona

    Monday, March 27 2017 11:09 AM EDT2017-03-27 15:09:54 GMT
    Monday, March 27 2017 11:09 AM EDT2017-03-27 15:09:54 GMT
    (Source: AP)(Source: AP)

    Four international students at a well-known flight school in Prescott, Arizona, did not return home over spring break because of concerns about the travel bans proposed by President Donald Trump. Andy Fraher, director of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Center for International Programs and Services, told The Daily Courier that visas don't guarantee entry and there is a possibility that the students' visas wouldn't be honored. 

    Four international students at a well-known flight school in Prescott, Arizona, did not return home over spring break because of concerns about the travel bans proposed by President Donald Trump. Andy Fraher, director of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Center for International Programs and Services, told The Daily Courier that visas don't guarantee entry and there is a possibility that the students' visas wouldn't be honored. 

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