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Damien Cave

The New York Times Miami Bureau Chief

Damien Cave appears in the following:

Mexican Immigration Slows

Thursday, July 07, 2011

New York Times reporter, Damien Cave, talks about how immigration from Mexico is dropping as economic opportunity improves there, and Senior Demographer at the Pew Hisanic Center, Jeffrey S. Passel, talks about demographic trends in immigration from Mexico.

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Oil Gusher Reaches Far into Political Campaigns

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster is permeating political campaigns across the country, even far beyond the Gulf Coast. Candidates around the country are incorporating the event and its ramifications into their campaigns, whether or not they are directly affected by the spill.

Gary McDowell, a Democrat from the Michigan House of Representatives running for Congress, has made it a key talking point on the road. McDowell called for a permanent ban on drilling in the state's Great Lakes, warning that without this protection, they could become "the next victim of a tragic oil spill disaster like the one caused by BP." Representative Joe Sestak, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, accused his opponent, Pat Toomey, of caring more about "Big Oil profits" in a political ad (which you can watch after the jump).

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Takeouts: No Tax Credits for Gay Characters, Latest NFL Moves and Rumors, Your Responses on Genius

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

  • TV TAKEOUT: A proposal could keep films and television shows depicting gay characters from recieving a tax credit for filming in Florida. Damien Cave, Miami bureau chief for The New York Times, tells us more about this state jobs bill, and who it may help and hurt.
  • SPORTS TAKEOUT: Football season may be over, but important moves are still being made. Takeaway sports contributor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin has all the latest NFL transactions and rumors, and tells us which players are going where.
  • YOUR RESPONSES: We're asking you all week about what makes genius, and today we listen to more of your responses.

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