"It often breaks my heart," she said, "but I have to send children back to their home countries even though I know I might be giving them a death sentence."
Bernie Sanders made a special appeal to union members, who for years have been the target of attacks by right-wing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
The Caamals are being evicted by a real estate investment firm that preys on victims of the foreclosure crisis.
Activists have begun a march that they say will culminate with a massive civil disobedience action in the nation's capital.
A three-judge federal court at Jackson, Miss., outlawed Mississippi's $2 poll tax as a voting requirement for state and federal elections.
Spring came early in Maryland this year - the pollen count is sky high, a G.I. flu has broken out, and there is a red hot election going on.
Two documents on budget priorities and governing presented in recent weeks stress helping everyday people instead of the rich.
The United States President called for removing "the shadow of history from our relationship."
The International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity is returning to Washington next month to increase pressure on President Obama.
Issues of race, poverty, and justice bubbled to the surface in an emotional hearing in late March.