We're learning more about just who may be impacted by the Trump administration's new, so-called 'public charge' rule and, as Juan Carlos Gonzales reports, the new policy may end up hurting kids who are American citizens.
The Trump administration's new 'public charge' law purports to reduce the burden of immigration on tax payers. But, the rule appears to deliberately target low income, latino families. What's more, critics say it won't save money and will in fact hurt the U.S. economy.
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A new court filing alleges previously undisclosed “illegal behavior” by Trump, including failure to pay income taxes, as part of a bitter legal dispute that resulted in the eviction of Trump’s management company from a luxury hotel in Panama City.
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Almost five months after President Trump announced he was ending President Obama's warming with Cuba, the White House announced its new regulations on Wednesday morning. But experts say enforcement will be tough. The changes also come in the midst of a return to frosty diplomatic relations between the two countries over alleged "sonic attacks" against U.S. diplomats.
The start of a new ‘expedited removal rule’ is causing great concern among undocumented people and even some permanent residents have been advised to carry their 'Green Card' ids with them at all times. Peggy Carranza reports.
The American Lung Association’s annual report says more Americans are breathing polluted air. Evidence in the new report suggests that while the U.S. has made progress in cleaning up air pollution, those advances have slipped since President Trump took office. Dr. Juanita Mora, allergist and immunologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago spoke to #Unews about the report.