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Part of California Takes On Illegal Hiring

The Inland Empire has emerged as a pocket of ideological resistance in a state that has grown increasingly averse to immigration actions. Read the full story from The New York…

A Title Change, but the Tears Will Stay

John A. Boehner is not afraid to show emotion, and his wife says the nation should get used to that. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

Wanted: New Chiefs of Staff for Obama and Biden

The names being floated are mostly familiar ones — people already in the Obama administration, veterans of the Clinton administration or both. Read the full story from The New York…

National Briefing | Midwest: Illinois: Another Ruling Favors Emanuel in Chicago Residency Dispute

Rahm Emanuel cleared another hurdle in his bid for mayor of Chicago on Tuesday when a Cook County judge agreed with the city’s election board that his name should appear…

Birthright Citizenship Looms as Next Immigration Battle

Hard-liners want an end to “anchor babies,” despite mixed evidence about why parents cross the border. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

Deflation Concerns Diminish at the Fed

A majority of top decision-makers at the Federal Reserve concluded that concerns about falling prices had eased and that inflation would gradually rise over time. Read the full story from…

Deflation Concerns Diminish at the Fed

A majority of top decision-makers at the Federal Reserve concluded that concerns about falling prices had eased and that inflation would gradually rise over time. Read the full story from…

Economic Scene: Budget Hawk Eyes Deficit

Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana, a potential Republican presidential candidate, discussed what small government might look like. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

G.O.P. Asks Businesses Which Rules to Rewrite

In a letter, 150 businesses, trade groups and research organizations were asked to say which federal regulations they would want fixed. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

G.O.P. Asks Businesses Which Rules to Rewrite

In a letter, 150 businesses, trade groups and research organizations were asked to say which federal regulations they would want fixed. Read the full story from The New York Times.…