Joel Rose

Joel Rose appears in the following:

Why Employers In Georgia Are Watching The Immigration Debate Closely

Monday, February 19, 2018

In Dalton, Ga., the self-proclaimed "carpet capital of the world," business leaders are worried about what will happen if DACA protections disappear.

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Life In Prison For Manhattan Bomber

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Ahmad Khan Rahimi had been convicted of detonating a pressure cooker bomb in the Chelsea neighborhood in September 2016, injuring 30 people.

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How Metro Atlanta Became A 'Pioneer' Of Immigration Enforcement

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Atlanta area is one of the toughest in the U.S. for people in the country illegally. Federal immigration authorities are aggressive, and they get help from local law enforcement and the courts.

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As Congress Debates Immigration, DREAMers Are In Limbo Along With Their Families

Sunday, February 11, 2018

As the Senate turns to immigration, there's also a lot at stake for the young undocumented immigrants known as DREAMers — and for millions of their family members, too.

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Critics Of President Trump Say He's Highlighting The MS13 Gang For Political Purposes

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The parents of two teenage girls from Long Island, who were killed by alleged members of the MS-13 street gang, were in the audience for last night's State of the Union address. The White House says their stories show why the U.S. needs tougher immigration laws. But critics say the administration is deliberately demonizing immigrants, who are far more likely to the be the gang's victims than its members.

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Immigration Advocates Look Back At Long Fight For DREAM Act

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The government shutdown ended with a promise that the Senate will take up the fate of DACA recipients next month. Many immigrant advocates have heard this before.

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White House Says Judge's Temporary Block On Removing DACA Is 'Outrageous'

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The White House says it's "outrageous" that a judge in California has temporarily blocked the administration from removing DACA protections for nearly 700,000 young people who were brought to the country illegally as children. The preliminary injunction adds another degree of complexity to immigration negotiations on Capitol Hill.

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200,000 Salvadorans Will Lose Protected Status In Sept. 2019

Monday, January 08, 2018

After September 2019, 200,000 Salvadorans will not be able to renew their Temporary Protected Status. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says conditions in El Salvador have improved enough to end the designation. But immigrant rights' advocates disagree, saying conditions on the ground in El Salvador are still dire.

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Minimum Wage Goes Up In 18 States On New Year's Day

Monday, January 01, 2018

Those hikes in the minimum wage range from just four cents in Alaska, to a full dollar in Maine. Advocates argue that's good for low-wage workers, but skeptics say it will cost jobs.

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The Potential Impact Of Increasing The Minimum Wage

Friday, December 29, 2017

People who work for the minimum wage in 18 states are getting a raise on Jan. 1. From Alaska to Maine, increases range from 4 cents to a dollar.

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5 Immigration Stories To Watch In 2018

Friday, December 29, 2017

Some of President Trump's most ambitious immigration policies have been blocked by the courts or stymied by Congress. Here are five immigration stories to watch in 2018.

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Trump Seems To Prefer His Own Resorts Over Camp David For The Holidays

Monday, December 25, 2017

It's a holiday tradition for the president to spend Christmas at Camp David, the rustic presidential retreat in the Maryland woods. President Trump seems to prefer more familiar comforts.

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DHS Wants To Build A Computer System To Help Determine Who Gets To Visit The U.S.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Can a computer tell if you're going to be a productive member of society? Can it tell if you're a terrorist? The Department of Homeland Security is trying to answer these questions. The agency hopes to build a computer system to help determine who gets to visit or immigrate to the U.S., but that idea has some techies worried.

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Federal Terrorism Charges Filed Against Manhattan Subway Bombing Suspect

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The U.S. Attorney's Office in New York has filed federal and local terrorism charges against Akayed Ullah. He was arrested on Monday for detonating a homemade bomb in a busy pedestrian tunnel in New York City as part of an attempted suicide bombing.

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Investigators Probe Explosion In New York City Pedestrian Tunnel

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Several people were injured when a man detonated what's being called a "low-tech" explosive device. Police are calling it an attempted terror attack, and the alleged bomber is in custody.

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Suspect In New York Subway Blast Had 'Low-Tech' Device

Monday, December 11, 2017

Police are calling an explosion in a crowded corridor between two New York City subway stations Monday morning an attempted terror attack. Officials say suspect Akayed Ullah detonated an improvised pipe bomb that was strapped to his body.

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Police: 1 Suspect In Custody In N.Y. Subway Blast

Monday, December 11, 2017

An explosion in a subway station tunnel beneath the New York Port Authority bus terminal shook up Midtown Manhattan on Monday morning. The NYPD reports one suspect in custody.

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Reports Of Explosion In New York City

Monday, December 11, 2017

We're investigating reports of an explosion near New York City's Port Authority. We're in the very early moments of this story.

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News Brief: The RNC Supports Roy Moore (Again) And Trump's Travel Ban Is A Go

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

The Republican National Committee restores financial support for Alabama's Roy Moore. And, the Supreme Court will allow the Trump administration to enforce its travel ban while legal challenges are heard.

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Oops, We Lost Your DACA Application

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Immigrants' rights groups say thousands of DACA renewal applications may have been wrongly rejected for being late. The Trump administration now says it will reconsider some of those applications.

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