Randal Archibold

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An American delegation arrived in Havana today, continuing an initiative the President described last night, ending with a call to Congress.

US and Cuba Officials Commence Talks in Havana

An American delegation arrived in Havana today, continuing an initiative the President described last night, ending with a call to Congress.

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Arizona's immigration law is scheduled to take effect tomorrow, but today a federal judge issued a  temporary injunction  against key provisions that might be unconstitutional.

Judge Blocks Key Part of Arizona Immigration Law

Arizona's immigration law is scheduled to take effect tomorrow, but today a federal judge issued a temporary injunction against key provisions that might be unconstitutional.

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When a rancher was allegedly killed by an illegal immigrant, the incident helped spark Arizona's tough new  crackdown on undocumented workers .

Is the Immigration Problem All in Our Heads?

When a rancher was allegedly killed by an illegal immigrant, the incident helped spark Arizona's tough new crackdown on undocumented workers .

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