Jun 30, 2011

1/18: Guacamole, Broken Social Scene...

1/18: Guacamole, Broken Social Scene...

...and a documentary about the Chelsea Hotel

Jun 30, 2011

An Immigration Impasse Long in the Making

An Immigration Impasse Long in the Making

The Arizona law is the culmination of years of inaction by Washington to deal with the issue of illegal immigration. 

Jun 30, 2011

Summer Solstice Celebrations, Events Around the City

Summer Solstice Celebrations, Events Around the City

Today isn’t any ordinary Monday, it’s the summer solstice! To celebrate the longest day of the year there are several spots around the city having festivals and events through the evening --...

Jun 30, 2011

Thousands March in Arizona Over Immigration Law

Thousands March in Arizona Over Immigration Law

Opponents to the tough new immigration law marched to Arizona state Capitol in Phoenix on Saturday with American flags and protest signs in hand. Proponents of the law are expected to hold their own rally at a...

Jun 30, 2011

Audience Echoes NBC Poll: We Are a Nation Divided on Immigration

Audience Echoes NBC Poll: We Are a Nation Divided on Immigration

Across NBC's network of city websites, the conversation on immigration policy was active.

Jun 30, 2011

Facing Deportation for Stopping Crime

Facing Deportation for Stopping Crime

It's called Section 287(g), and it means local police can enforce federal immigration laws. That's why an illegal immigrant from Mexico faces deportation after he did the right thing and called 911 to report...

Jun 30, 2011

Call And Response: Taking the Temperature of a Nation Divided

Call And Response: Taking the Temperature of a Nation Divided

New Yorkers are not immune to the deep national divide over immigration policy and enforcement, according to the Tweets, emails and comments from readers reacting to a new NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo poll released...

Jun 30, 2011

A Look at One of the Most Active Spots on the Border

A Look at One of the Most Active Spots on the Border

New Yorkers are not immune to the deep national divide over immigration policy and enforcement, according to the Tweets, emails and comments from readers reacting to a new NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo poll released...

Jun 30, 2011

Poll: On Immigration, Racial Divide Runs Deep

Poll: On Immigration, Racial Divide Runs Deep

White and Latino Americans are deeply divided over immigration, their allegiances to the nation’s political parties and their opinions about President Obama, according to a new NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo poll.

Jun 30, 2011

Obama Orders 1,200 Troops to Border

Obama Orders 1,200 Troops to Border

White and Latino Americans are deeply divided over immigration, their allegiances to the nation’s political parties and their opinions about President Obama, according to a new NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo poll.

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Family of Unarmed Man Shot by NYPD Protests His Death

Family of Unarmed Man Shot by NYPD Protests His Death

The family of a man who authorities say was accidentally shot by police as he walked in a dimly lit stairwell at a Brooklyn housing project appeared at a rally to protest his death on Saturday.

NJ Teacher Arrested After Sex Attack on Student: Prosecutors

NJ Teacher Arrested After Sex Attack on Student: Prosecutors

A New Jersey substitute teacher has been arrested after sexually assaulting a 16-year-old student in her car, prosecutors say.

Woman Finds Owner of Vintage Photo Washed Up After Sandy

Woman Finds Owner of Vintage Photo Washed Up After Sandy

A vintage wedding photograph that washed up in front of a Long Island woman's house after Hurricane Sandy was reunited to its owner Saturday.

NYPD: 3-Year-Old May Have Suffocated on Plastic Bag

NYPD: 3-Year-Old May Have Suffocated on Plastic Bag

First responders were unable to save a 3-year-old girl Saturday, and investigators are looking into the possibility that the girl suffocated with a plastic bag over her head, police said.

Fire RacesThrough 4 Brooklyn Houses

Fire RacesThrough 4 Brooklyn Houses

Fire ripped through a row of four houses in Brooklyn Saturday, leaving residents homeless just days before the Thanksgiving holiday.

NYC Man Offered $3.6 Million After Wrongful Conviction in 1992 Killings

NYC Man Offered $3.6 Million After Wrongful Conviction in 1992 Killings

A man whose New York City murder conviction was overturned after he spent over 20 years in prison is being offered $3.6 million from the state.