Immigration reform is back on the Capitol Mall today—but it might not reach the halls of Congress. We’ll hear what demonstrators are hoping for, especially the so-called “Dreamers” brought here as children. What are the prospects for any legislation this year? Also, the United Nations initiates its 8-month plan to dismantle and destroy Syria's 1000-ton arsenal of chemical weapons, and author David Finkel provides extraordinary access to the thoughts and emotions of Iraq-war veterans struggling with PTSD.
The GOP: Split Down the Middle on Immigration Reform
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The Plan to Destroy Syria's Chemical Weapons
The United Nations is about to embark on a mission that’s never been tried before: the dismantling and destruction of Syria’s 1000-ton arsenal of chemical weapons in just 8...
What's Next for Immigration Reform?
The US Senate has passed sweeping immigration reform, but it’s stalled in the House. Traditional Republicans support immigration reform in terms of free-market economics and...