HEADLINES: Border Crisis — November 5, 2014

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American Flag 2Election Day has passed, and as predicted, control of the United States Senate has shifted from blue to red. Now the wait begins for President Obama to act on immigration reform as he promised. But will action from him come soon enough to aid those hanging in the balance, and will it be sustainable with the different congressional make up? Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Border Crisis. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

Election Day is Over. It’s Time For Real U.S. Immigration Reform. Your Move, Obama. [The Guardian]

What the Election Means for the Future of Immigration Reform [PBS Newshour]

A Tale of Two Immigration Politics in Maryland and Virginia [Al Jazeera America]

United States Announces Additional Support for Communities Hosting Syrian Refugees [Imperial Valley News]

Advocates Worry Obama May Scale Back or Delay Immigration Action [Reuters]

Obama Executive Actions on Immigration: Immigrant Rights Groups Call for DACA Recipients’ Families’ Protection [Latin Post]

No to the Nativists, Yes to Immigration Reform [The Washington Post]

New Immigrant Detention Centers Have Old Problems [U.S. News]

Why They Come: The Real Reason for the Surge of Unaccompanied Children in the United States [Huffington Post]

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