Joel Rose

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Federal Terrorism Charges Filed Against Suspect In NYC Terror Attack

Thursday, November 02, 2017

The latest from New York, where prosecutors have filed federal terrorism charges against the suspect in Tuesday's terror attack. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he should "rot in prison for the rest of his life."


Authorities Say Driver In NYC Terror Attack Declared Support For Islamic State

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Police say the man accused of Tuesday's terror attack in New York City did it in the name of the Islamic State. They also say he had been planning the attack for several weeks.


Several Dead In Manhattan After Driver Plows Down Bike Path

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

There are reports that at least six people are dead after a rented Home Depot van plowed down a bike path in New York City. Police say the driver of the van got out after hitting another vehicle and had what have been described as "imitation firearms." The suspect was shot by NYPD and is now in custody.


Trump Administration Expected To Announce Refugee Resettlement Program Can Resume

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The Trump administration is expected to announce today that refugee admissions will resume after a 120-day pause, but with new security vetting procedures in place.


White House DACA Demands Provoke Strong Reactions

Monday, October 09, 2017

Those who favor lower levels of immigration have been effusive in their praise of the proposals the president released Sunday. Immigrant rights activists are outraged.


Deadline Looms For Thousands Of DREAMers

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Across the country, so-called DREAMers have been scrambling to renew their DACA benefits for the last time before the Trump Administration begins phasing out the program in March.


News Brief: Congress Talks 'Bump Stocks,' Las Vegas Latest, DACA Deadline

Thursday, October 05, 2017

The Las Vegas attack has got lawmakers talking about banning "bump stocks," which simulate automatic weapons. Also, the Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend said she didn't know of his plans.


Trump Administration Plans To Cap The Number Of Accepted Refugees To 45,000

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The Trump administration is expected to lower the annual cap on refugees to 45,000. Part of the White House's rationale is money, but economists say that's not the whole story.


Florida Crane Accidents Renew Safety Debate

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

At least three construction cranes in South Florida were left dangling after Hurricane Irma. They're reviving a long-running debate in Miami about how to balance economic development with safety.


The Fate of DACA

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

By early September, President Donald Trump will have to decide whether to end DACA or to keep the policy. 

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FACT CHECK: What Has President Trump Done To Fight Illegal Immigration?

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

One year ago, then-candidate Trump laid out a 10-point plan to fight illegal immigration, including building a wall and suspending visas for some travelers. Here's a look at what he has done so far.


Identifying MS-13 Members

Friday, August 18, 2017

As the ruthless MS-13 gang targets younger and younger members for recruitment, one of the challenges facing school administrators and law enforcement is figuring out who is in the gang.


Despite Escaping To The U.S., These Brothers Are Still Terrorized By The MS-13 Gang

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

After two Long Island brothers were chased by gang members with machetes, police gave their family a 'panic button.' Then, the family found out the oldest son is on a list of suspected MS-13 members.


Long Island Officials Concerned With Trump's MS-13 Crackdown Tactics

Friday, July 28, 2017

President Trump is set to give an address on Long Island, N.Y. about his administration's crackdown on MS-13 gang members. Local officials share the goal, but have doubts about the effectiveness.


Death At The Southern Border An Increasing Risk For Migrants

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The deaths of 10 migrants in San Antonio were the latest casualties of a border fraught with tragedy.


For New Jersey DACA Student, The Road To College Is Bumpier Than Expected

Friday, July 14, 2017

We first met Desiree Armas back in January. She graduated with honors from high school, but her home state of New Jersey doesn't allow state financial aid for students in the country illegally.


U.S. Challenges Hawaii Judge's Expansion of Relatives Exempt From Travel Ban

Friday, July 14, 2017

The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to block the lower court's ruling on "close family," which also says arrangements with refugee resettlement agencies are a path into the country.


Some Women's Golf Fans Are Teed Off To See Major Tourney At Trump Course

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The U.S. Women's Open golf tournament begins Thursday at the Trump course in New Jersey. Fans agree that it's a beautiful course, but some object to helping boost a Trump-owned business.


Episode 783: New Jersey Bails Out

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Bail is broken. In New Jersey, defense attorneys, prosecutors, and judges banded together to try a dramatic solution: Blow it up.


'Summer Of Hell' Begins For New York Commuters

Monday, July 10, 2017

A massive summer repair project began Monday at Penn Station, the nation's busiest train station.