FROM Dean Norman
The Soldiers Who Are Making It Home On Memorial Day, Americans honor those who have died serving their country, but what about those who've survived? The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have the lowest casualty rates of all American conflicts. More than 95% of the wounded are coming home. Many have survived injuries that were deadly in previous wars, but they've been left with life-long conditions requiring high-tech medical care. Can the Veterans' Administration cope with unexpected numbers and very high costs? What about loved ones who've become caregivers full time?
Politics Aside, Big Hurdles Ahead on Unilateral Immigration Reform About half the 11 million illegal immigrants living in the US will be eligible to apply for relief after President Obamas executive order. Who are they? Where do they live? Can public and private agencies handle a massive new workload if it materializes?