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  • Alabama immigration law faces legal challenge: Can it survive?

    Alabama immigration law faces legal challenge: Can it survive?

    Several civil-rights groups sued the state of Alabama Friday to block what some observers say is the toughest anti-illegal-immigration law to date. Among other things, it mandates that primary and secondary schools check residency status of students. Federal lawsuits have now been filed against the five states that have passed such laws during the past 15 months. The rulings that have come down, which have all been against the laws, have been appealed by the states' attorneys general in the hope that the Supreme Court will take up the issue. Here is the legal state of play for all five state laws:

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  • Atheists books next to Bibles in Georgia cabins?

    Atheists books next to Bibles: If Georgia state parks allow Bibles in cabins, atheists say they will put secular books next to the Bibles.

  • Alabama immigration law faces legal challenge: Can it survive?

    Alabama immigration law faces legal challenge: Can it survive?

    Several civil-rights groups sued the state of Alabama Friday to block what some observers say is the toughest anti-illegal-immigration law to date. Among other things, it mandates that primary and secondary schools check residency status of students. Federal lawsuits have now been filed against the five states that have passed such laws during the past 15 months. The rulings that have come down, which have all been against the laws, have been appealed by the states' attorneys general in the hope that the Supreme Court will take up the issue. Here is the legal state of play for all five state laws:

  • In Colombia, drug war targets 'narcosubs'

    In Colombia, drug war targets 'narcosubs'

    Traffickers have long run semi-submersibles up the Pacific coast to Mexico. New laws aim to crack down on the vessels' manufacture.