The possible trip would happen hours before a speech Wednesday on immigration policy in Arizona. It would come after the Republican nominee has wavered for weeks over whether he would continue to hold his hard-line position on deporting an estimated 11 million immigrants who are living in the United States illegally.
Unlike a generation ago, when the state’s Cuban American population was devoted to the Republican Party, new Latino voters are less likely to support the GOP — and they are increasingly unlikely to register with either major party.
The case of the teenager Gavin Grimm’s decision to use the boys’ bathroom one fall day in 2014 places him and his town at the epicenter of the much wider discussion over how public schools should accommodate transgender students.
Abu Muhammad al-Adnani was inspecting troops in Aleppo when he was killed, according to the group's media arm. U.S. officials were not able to confirm the report but suggested that if Adnani is in fact dead, the U.S. may not have played a role in his death.
Marcelino Cruz was on his way home from work Monday when a tree along Rock Creek Parkway crushed the roof of his car. About 30 bystanders and police moved the tree; Cruz remains hospitalized with multiple injuries.
Rebecca and Rachel Crouch are raising test scores at their D.C. charter schools. But they also paint for an audience — like the time they created an 8-foot-square mural in 8 minutes at the Kennedy Center.
The city's top cop, who was hired after the deadly 2014 shooting, has also called for firing other officers accused of lying about the case, which prompted heated protests and a federal investigation of the department.
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