Dolan wrote that as an American, he takes "seriously the great invitation and promise of Lady Liberty."
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The ruling has led to questions whether the federal government will appeal and how immigration officials will comply.
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Donald Trump, the real estate tycoon, is now second in the polls for the Republican nomination for president.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley all emphasized raising the minimum wage and lowering college costs.
The Supreme Court on Monday left a lower court ruling intact that blocked North Carolina's law requiring physicians to perform an ultrasound on women seeking abortions, and to show it to the women and describe the fetus' features.
Without comment, the court let stand a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling from December that overturned the 2011 law on First Amendment grounds.
Richard Estrada, 72, has made a name for himself in Los Angeles. He founded the first homeless shelter for immigrant youth in the city, planned the historic immigration march of 2006, and provided thousands of gallons of water to those crossing the border, dying of fatigue.
Now a former Catholic priest, Estrada recently decided to join the Episcopal church.
Thousands of protesters flood the streets in Germany weekly to protest an influx of immigrants, many of them Muslim.