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Advocates welcome the latest shifts but don't expect a sudden domino effect nationwide.
On the black market, a full identity profile in a single record can bring as much as $500.
The new leader will face a budgetary straitjacket imposed by Congress.
The debate turns nasty early when each candidate got a chance to question the other.
They say that they haven't witnessed any of the uproar that accompanied the ruling in Washington.
The Illinois Democrat earned the name "Prince of Pork" for bringing federal jobs to his district.
The American Federation of Teachers calls for his resignation if he doesn't improve.
They want to emphasize the potential ramifications of keeping the children in the country.
The threat is "more frightening than anything I think I've seen as attorney general," he says.
He says some policymakers are engaging in a "demonization" of the children.
The senator says Paul's isolationist foreign policy could threaten global stability.
He has private sit-downs with Peter Thiel and Mark Zuckerberg at a technology conference.
The Israeli prime minister dismisses his remarks.
The Arizona Republican praises the prime minister's patience in responding to recent violence.
He says Republicans want a "targeted approach."
He argues that not enough of the supplemental request goes toward border security resources.
John Kerry says diplomats have "some very significant gaps still" during nuclear talks.
The 2014 campaign season's got a sleeper issue: a government bank most people have never heard of.
Several potential 2016 contenders showed up at the meeting of the National Governors Association.