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Deportations Of Law-Abiding, Younger Illegal Immigrants To Stop

The Obama administration is also making work permits available to those who arrived in the U.S. before age 16, are younger than 30 and have fulfilled some other requirements.
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Secret Service Data On Accusations Against Its Personnel Is Released

The data, going back to 2004, total 229 pages. The list does not detail confirmed cases of misconduct, but rather accusations of such misbehavior as involvement with prostitutes.
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U.S. To Stop Deporting Some Young Illegal Immigrants

The Obama administration announced Friday morning that it would offer immunity and work permits to some young illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives.
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Pigeon: Both Pest And Delicacy In Cairo And Beyond

The pigeon paradox is that they are both reviled as urban pests and revered as a delicacy when stuffed or broiled in many nations. And the birds we eat are specially bred, not raised on garbage on the street.
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It's #FollowFriday: Some Political Tweeters You May Not Already Follow

For this week's roundup of best political folks to follow on Twitter, we chose some lesser-known and local names you might want to see in your feed.
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Three Frightening Phrases You Should Understand

When economists talk about their fears, they constantly use three phrases: "fiscal cliff," "muddle through" and "hard landing." Each is related to a different problem in a different region of the world: the U.S., Europe and China. And there are worries that all of these crises will explode soon.
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Romney Touts 2-Step Economic Plan In Cincinnati

Mitt Romney and President Obama contrasted their economic visions in dueling Ohio events Thursday. In Cincinnati, Romney attacked Obama's record on the economy and talked about his own plan to lower taxes and cut regulations.
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In Ohio, Obama Calls For 'Shared Vision' On Economy

President Obama campaigned in Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday, where he gave a speech about the economy. The message was that the poor state of the economy is less the fault of Obama's policies and more due to Republican foot-dragging in Congress.

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