After weeks of testimony, the case that kick-started national conversations about gay youths and Internet privacy was sent Wednesday to a jury that must decide whether a former Rutgers University student is a criminal or just a young man who was confused by seeing two men kiss.
The remains of five Irish immigrants unearthed a decade ago near Paoli, Pa. were today transported to a cemetery for burial this coming Friday.
In a change that is being applauded by immigrant support groups, the Obama administration says it will tweak federal immigration law so that families can stay together in the US while individual members wait for a green card.
Chris talks to Seth Everett about the Phillies, Kris Kobach about Kansas returning ObamaCare money and about Pat Toomey being named to the ‘supercommittee’
Federal immigration officials are launching a public awareness campaign to combat human trafficking, essentially modern-day slavery.
Chris reacts to President Obama’s immigration speech and Senator Pat Toomey’s budget proposal. He talks to Scott Franzke about the Phillies and CBS 3′s Dray Clark about the abduction and murder of Skylar Kauffman.
The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program has launched a non-mural project that tells the stories of immigration in south Philadelphia.
Bucks County officials are looking into whether the county can use a Homeland Security program to make sure the construction workers who are building the new justice center are in the country legally.
A Philadelphia immigration advocate helped dozens of people qualify for the federal government’s “green card” lottery, which closed on Wednesday.
A demonstration on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park was one of several across the country held to protest Arizona’s new anti-illegal immigration law.
Once again KYW special contributor Larry Kane talks to some experts about the nation’s toughest bill on illegal immigration which is supposed to go into effect in Arizona on July 29th. The interview can be […]
Starting this fall, Philadelphia officials will stop sharing information about crime victims and witnesses with federal immigration authorities.
by KYW’s John Ostapkovich The City of Philadelphia has a decision to make this week: whether to continue to allow federal immigration agents access to a crime database operated by the city.