The depressing predictability of the immigration debate

Sometime over the next week, an immigration bill that aims to resolve the fate of DACA and fund President Trump’s border wall will very likely fail to secure a majority of votes on the House floor — dying an ignominious death so familiar to those who have followed the repeated legislative attempts to address the country’s

Delaware enacts law to ban child marriages


Governor John Carney hosted a ceremonial signing of the legislation Thursday at Legislative Hall in Dover, weeks after the measure was given final approval in the General Assembly. State Representative Kim Williams, D- 19th, said she introduced the bill after learning about connections between child marriage and human trafficking. “It’s 2018. Knowing that children could

European Union prepares with new copyright law

Greek lawmakers reject no-confidence vote

Greek lawmakers have rejected a no-confidence motion in the government brought by the main opposition party over a deal to change the name of Macedonia and end a decades-old dispute with Greece’s northern neighbor. Lawmakers voted 153-127 in the 300-member parliament Saturday against the motion to oust the left-led government over the deal renaming the

The Latest: France sends asylum team to meet rescue boat

The Latest on the influx of migrants to Europe (all times local): 7:35 p.m. France’s Interior Minister says the country’s office in charge of asylum will send a team to Spain to identify refugees from the rescue ship Aquarius who could be eligible to come to France. Minister Gerard Collomb’s statement on Saturday didn’t say

Spain’s royals hear jazz, see Mardi Gras Indians

The Latest on the visit to New Orleans by the King and Queen of Spain (all times local): 2:30 p.m. Following a red carpet arrival at the New Orleans Museum of Art, King Felipe the VI and Queen Letizia of Spain enjoyed music by a jazz group and a cultural performance by Mardi Gras Indians

The Latest: USGA apologizes for unfair course in 3rd round

The USGA has apologized for how unfair the Shinnecock Hills course was in the third round of the U.S. Open. Only three players shot under par – co-leaders Daniel Berger and Tony Finau with 66s, and Kiradech Aphibarnrat with a 68. Two others were at even par: Gary Woodland and Brian Gay. Meanwhile, there were

DWF latest law firm to catch flotation bug with £1bn IPO

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New Jersey set to become latest state to enact stricter gun laws