Secretary of State Kris Kobach said that he did not mean to imply President Obama’s executive action on immigration would lead to ethnic cleansing and that liberal news sites have taken his words out of context and twisted their meaning.
President Obama moved Thursday to halt deportations for nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants, defying congressional Republicans who called his unilateral action an affront to the constitutional separation of powers.
Prosecutors on Thursday filed a court document that would allow them to seek the death penalty against Andrew Ellington if he is convicted of capital murder in the shooting deaths of Valley Center couple Roger and Melissa Bluml.
Evidence collected by forensic nurses at Via Christi Hospital St. Francis helped lead to an arrest in connection with the brutal attack on a woman in Fairmount Park last week, interim Police Chief Nelson Mosley said Thursday.
The lawyer who successfully sued to overturn Kansas’ ban on same-sex marriage in federal court now plans to amend the lawsuit in order to force state agencies to grant marriage benefits to same-sex couples.
The Obama administration downsized the nation’s marketplace health-insurance enrollment to 6.7 million people on Thursday after House investigators found that the original estimates for medical coverage included 400,000 people who had only dental coverage.
Spurning furious Republicans, President Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on “felons, not families.”
People who experience shortness of breath may write it off as bronchitis, a chest cold, allergies, exercise- or allergy-induced asthma, or as the inevitable effects of aging. But shortness of breath is never normal.
The recent passing of Tom Magliozzi, half of the inimitable team known as Click and Clack, means there will be some changes in how that column appears on the Wichita on Wheels page. But it will not be the end of the column, as Ray Magliozzi plans to continue turning out entertaining car repair advice.