NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Many U.S. colleges were scrambling on Tuesday to modify plans for the fall semester in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic a day after the Trump administration issued an order that could force tens of thousands of foreign students to leave the country if their schools hold all classes online. | Video
NEW YORK The U.S. agency in charge of processing immigration applications said on Wednesday it was preparing to furlough nearly 70% of its workforce unless it received fresh funding, a move employees say could bring an already backlogged system to a virtual halt.
In early March, Poorva Dixit rushed to buy a ticket to India from the United States, her home for more than a decade, after she learned her 72-year-old mother had fallen from her bed and was in critical condition.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK President Donald Trump on Friday signalled he could try again to end the programme that has protected so-called Dreamer immigrants who are in the United States illegally but entered as children, following a loss in the U.S. Supreme Court. | Video
NEW YORK/MEXICO CITY The Trump administration said on Tuesday it would extend existing restrictions on non-essential travel at land ports of entry with Canada and Mexico due to continued risks from the novel coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES/CHICAGO From apple packing houses in Washington state to farm workers in Florida and a California county known as "the world's salad bowl," outbreaks of the novel coronavirus are emerging at U.S. fruit and vegetable farms and packing plants.
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES/CHICAGO, June 11 From apple
packing houses in Washington state to farm workers in Florida
and a California county known as "the world's salad bowl,"
outbreaks of the novel coronavirus are emerging at U.S. fruit
and vegetable farms and packing plants.
By Sarah N. Lynch, Mark Hosenball, Mica Rosenberg and Brad Heath | Video
NEW YORK The Trump administration on Wednesday faced its first legal challenge to a policy that has nearly halted the U.S. asylum system as well as admissions of migrants at the U.S. border with Mexico.
ANNA, Ill./NEW YORK Before sundown on Thursday around 150 protesters marched down the main street in Anna, Illinois, past Bob's Tavern, Oasis of Grace Church, Douglas Skating Rink and Casey's General Store holding homemade signs and chanting "black lives matter."