From California to Massachusetts, communities are offering facilities to take in child migrants until they connect with relatives, plea asylum cases or enter into foster care. But not every US community is putting out a welcome mat.
Hundreds of immigrant children have been taken north of the US-Mexico border to stay with relatives or in temporary government or charitable facilities. Governors there say they’ve been kept in the dark.
Bret Michaels and members of his band recently visited Pilger, Neb., more than half of which was damaged recently by a tornado. Bret Michaels and his band helped clean up a local house and saw the heavily damaged middle school.
State legislators have introduced 64 measures aimed at protecting or expanding access to abortion this year. That's the biggest number in 25 years. But anti-abortion measures still outnumber them by far.
A court ruling in Nebraska means that state will have to start over in its approval process for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. That hold-up might make the Obama administration less inclined to decide soon whether to OK a federal permit for the project.
The Keystone XL pipeline suffered a legal setback Wednesday when a state court voided the Nebraska governor's approval of the project. After more than five years of review, the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline still hangs in the balance.
Another day of below-zero temperatures for many parts of the Midwest leaves many residents ready for Spring. If Chicago makes it to 60 consecutive hours below zero, it will be the longest stretch of sub-zero weather since 1983.