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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Metrobus Crash Injures Several

Metrobus Crash Injures Several

About a dozen people are recovering after a Metrobus collided with another vehicle Tuesday evening.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

An Immigration Impasse Long in the Making

An Immigration Impasse Long in the Making

The Arizona law is the culmination of years of inaction by Washington to deal with the issue of illegal immigration. 

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

CASA's New Headquarters Stirs Immigration Debate

CASA's New Headquarters Stirs Immigration Debate

Some are angered that state money was used to open CASA de Maryland's new headquarters.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Pol Wants 'Zona-Style Illegal Immigration Law for Virginia

Pol Wants 'Zona-Style Illegal Immigration Law for Virginia

Prince William County's tough law isn't enough for Corey Stewart.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Lanier: DC Should Join Fed Fingerprint Program

Lanier: DC Should Join Fed Fingerprint Program

D.C.'s police chief supports a program the D.C. Council is considering outlawing.

Tuesday, Jun 1, 2010

Va. Community Debates New Gathering Place for Day Laborers

Va. Community Debates New Gathering Place for Day Laborers

Julie Carey reports on a proposal to build a designated meeting place for day laborers and employers.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Thousands March in Arizona Over Immigration Law

Thousands March in Arizona Over Immigration Law

Julie Carey reports on a proposal to build a designated meeting place for day laborers and employers.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Latino Activists Demand DOJ Probe Into Harassment Claims

Latino Activists Demand DOJ Probe Into Harassment Claims

Latino activists ask the Justice Department to look into allegations of police abuse and harassment.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Immigration Laws Like Arizona's Could Increase Crime: Chiefs

Immigration Laws Like Arizona's Could Increase Crime: Chiefs

Arizona's immigration law breaks down trust and diverts resources other U.S. police chiefs told the attorney general Wednesday.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Audience Echoes NBC Poll: We Are a Nation Divided on Immigration

Audience Echoes NBC Poll: We Are a Nation Divided on Immigration

Across NBC's network of city websites, the conversation on immigration policy was active.

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Mother Shoots, Kills Teenage Son After Argument, Police Say

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Eagle Population Grows As DC Adopts New Environmental Bill
Eagle Population Grows As DC Adopts New Environmental Bill

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Outlets Barred From WH Briefing After Trump Assails Media
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Proof  We Can Have a Civil Dialogue -- Even About Politics
Proof We Can Have a Civil Dialogue -- Even About Politics

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Will This Be DC's Warmest Winter Ever?
Will This Be DC's Warmest Winter Ever?

Thursday's toasty temperatures did more than induce a heavy dose of spring fever across the DMV. Temperatures broke a record -- and may contribute to a record-breaking winter.