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Obama To Unveil Immigration Plan On Thursday

Obama To Unveil Immigration Plan On ThursdayPresident Obama says he will announce the executive actions he's taking to "start fixing our broken immigration system" during a speech to the nation at 8 p.m. ET Thursday.

Delinquent Mine Fines: ‘Clearly Troubling … More Can Be Done’

Delinquent Mine Fines: ‘Clearly Troubling … More Can Be Done’Delinquent mines collectively have an average injury rate 50 percent higher than that of mines that paid their fines.

Amid Scandal, Mexican First Lady Decides To Sell Mansion

Amid Scandal, Mexican First Lady Decides To Sell MansionAngélica Rivera and her husband, President Enrique Peña Nieto, have been under heavy scrutiny lately: first, because of the way the government has handled the case of 43 students who went missing after they were detained by police

NBC And Netflix Shelve Bill Cosby Projects As New Rape Claim Emerges

NBC And Netflix Shelve Bill Cosby Projects As New Rape Claim EmergesCosby, 77, has not publicly addressed the claims against him, which have now been made publicly by at least six women. In an NPR interview that aired over the weekend, Cosby refused to discuss the allegations.

Bill Limiting NSA Surveillance Practices Fails In Senate

Bill Limiting NSA Surveillance Practices Fails In SenateEarlier Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., took a stand against the bill. Citing the U.S. fight against extremist terrorist group ISIS.

Senate Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline Bill, In A Close Vote

Senate Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline Bill, In A Close VoteThe vote came after President Obama stopped short of saying he would veto the bill, but he encouraged Congress not to take action before a long-awaited State Department review of the project is fully complete.

Indonesia Urged To Stop ‘Virginity Tests’ For Female Police Recruits

Indonesia Urged To Stop ‘Virginity Tests’ For Female Police RecruitsHuman Rights Watch interviewed female police officers and police applicants in six cities across Indonesia who were subjected to the "two-finger test" to determine if they were virgins.

Baby, It’s Cold Outside: All 50 States Hit 32 Degrees

Baby, It’s Cold Outside: All 50 States Hit 32 DegreesEven Hawaii, where Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano reaching 13,800 feet above sea level, was below freezing.

U.K.’s Anglican Church Will Enable Women To Become Bishops

U.K.’s Anglican Church Will Enable Women To Become BishopsThe move comes two decades after the church first ordained women as priests, in 1994.

Ahead Of Ferguson Decision, Governor Declares Emergency

Ahead Of Ferguson Decision, Governor Declares EmergencyNixon's decision clears the way for the National Guard and state agencies to work together to help quell any potential unrest.