Someone Built A Wall Around Trump's Star On Hollywood Walk Of FameOn the day Donald Trump secured the Republican nomination for president, a miniature wall appeared his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
San Francisco Protesters Speak Out Against Supreme Court's Immigration DecisionPro-reform protesters gathered both outside the U.S. Supreme Court and in San Francisco after the justices blocked the president's immigration actions.
Divided Supreme Court Blocks Obama's Immigration PlanThe Supreme Court deadlocked Thursday on President Barack Obama's immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation, effectively killing the plan for the rest of his presidency.
Family Of San Francisco Pier Shooting Victim Files Lawsuit Against CityThe family of Kate Steinle, a woman shot and killed on San Francisco’s Pier 14 last July, Friday filed a federal lawsuit against city and federal officials alleging that a series of policy failures and negligent acts led to her death.
San Francisco Supes To Debate 'Sanctuary City' ChangesSan Francisco officials plan to take another run at clarifying the city's controversial protections for people in the country illegally.
San Francisco's Sanctuary City Controversy Flares Up AgainSan Francisco officials are considering a proposal that would clarify the guidelines under which federal deportation authorities could be contacted.
Trump Campaign Slams Zuckerberg On Veiled Attack Over ImmigrationA spokesperson for the Donald Trump presidential campaign slammed Mark Zuckerberg, one day after the Facebook CEO made veiled comments against the Republican frontrunner’s positions on immigration.
Proposed Changes Take San Francisco's Sanctuary City Law Even FurtherA supervisor’s committee in San Francisco is set to consider proposed legislation Thursday that could make the city’s controversial sanctuary city law even stricter.
Pelosi Slams House Republicans For Pushing 'Anti-Immigrant' AgendaCongresswoman Nancy Pelosi openly criticized a resolution brought forward by House Republicans on Thursday, St. Patrick's Day, that will authorize the Speaker of the House to file an "anti-immigrant" amicus brief in the Supreme Court.
Rapid Growth In 'Investor Visa' Applications Draws Scrutiny From Senate CommitteeA Senate committee Tuesday heard testimony about the security of U.S. visa programs, focusing mainly on the EB-5 visa program that allows wealthy foreign investors to put themselves on a path to United States citizenship.
Trump Immigration Rhetoric May Be Driving Surge In Citizenship ApplicationsDonald Trump likes to say his campaign is attracting new voters, but some of them might not be the new voters he's thinking about. In fact, some of them are not even citizens yet.
Moving To Canada Because Of Presidential Candidates Easier Said Than DoneMany liberals are promising to move to Canada if Donald Trump makes it to the White House, but a Canadian immigration lawyer says it's much easier said than done.

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