HEADLINES: Border Crisis — October 15, 2014

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesImmigration remains a hot topic along the campaign trail as congressional representatives enter the last few weeks of their mid-term campaigns. While politicians argue, migrants and refugees are forced to risk their lives in pursuit of a better life in this country. It is time for politicians to put aside their partisan differences and to work together on immigration reform. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Border Crisis. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

In Rickety Boats, Cuban Migrants Again Flee to U.S. [The New York Times]

Central American Kids Wait in Life-Or-Death Limbo to See if They Can Stay in the U.S. [PRI]

Wave of Immigrants to U.S. Resurges [The Wall Street Journal]

U.S. Aims to Decrease Child Migration Through Sponsored Programs in Central America [PBS Newshour]

Mexico’s President Talks Reform and the Immigration Debate [CNN]

White House Doubts Shutdown Fight Over Immigration Reform [The Hill]

Immigration Reform a Bipartisan Litmus Test for Democrats [The Washington Times]

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