January 21, 2009 - Houston Chronicle
WASHINGTON One of President Barack Obamas first acts Tuesday was to put the brakes on all pending regulations that the Bush administration tried to push through in its waning days.
January 20, 2009 - The New York Times
Some 300 women held at immigration detention centers in Arizona face dangerous delays in health care and widespread mistreatment, according to a new study by the University of Arizona, the latest report to criticize conditions at such centers throughout the United States.
January 20, 2009 - The Wall Street Journal
By COREY BOLES and PATRICK YOEST WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate confirmed six members of President Barack Obama's cabinet Tuesday, including Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Former Iowa Gov.
January 20, 2009 - Free Republic
Posted on 01/19/2009 10:57:14 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer A new president takes office on Tuesday. It is time to ask for favors, to settle debts accrued during the campaign season.
January 20, 2009 - Politico
President-elect Barack Obamas outreach to Republicans may be generating goodwill on the other side of the aisle, but the honeymoon is likely to be short-lived.
January 20, 2009 - Los Angeles Times
I went on a secret mission last week. Undercover and unannounced, I arrived at the little Art Deco cube that is Maywood City Hall. Supposedly I had stepped deep into the heart of "alien" America.
January 19, 2009 - The Caucus - New York Times Blog
President-elect Barack Obama and John McCain at a dinner honoring the Arizona senator. (Photos: Doug Mills/The New York Times) In a major bipartisan appeal on the eve of his inauguration, Barack Obama called John McCain a hero and praised his history as someone who has sought common ground without...
January 19, 2009 - Alter Net
Every day, of the 1,000 migrants apprehended in Arizona, 70 are "randomly" selected and processed like cattle through Tucson's federal court.
January 16, 2009 - Los Angeles Times
A survey by the Pew Hispanic Center looks at the priorities Latinos perceive for the Obama administration.
January 16, 2009 - The Arizona Republic
WASHINGTON - Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, the nominee to be Homeland Security secretary, pledged Thursday to get tougher with employers who hire illegal workers.