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Letters: U.S.-Mexico border could use new Ellis Island

Between 1892 and 1954, over 12 million immigrants passed through a place in Upper New ... Island was opened January 1, 1892. The island was greatly expanded with land reclamation between 1892 and 1934 ... read more

Letters: When it comes to immigration and the border wall, get your facts straight

Like the majority of my fellow Americans, I firmly believe we do not need a wall along our southern border. One letter writer referenced Ellis Island and setting up a ... of that “1 percent” chance ... read more

The Time New Jersey Took New York to the Supreme Court to Lay Claim to Ellis Island

The grant established New Jersey’s border ... island, including the land underneath it. Since the landfill had been built on top of New Jersey’s territory, it owned the more than 20 acres of landfill ... read more

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The border wall — a barricade or a safeguard?

Though many illegal immigrants cross our southern border ... at Ellis Island and had a skilled trade — this is the legal process. Walls in certain areas work, just take a look at Israel's situation. ... read more


Partial US government shutdown set to last through Christmas

The partial US government shutdown is set to stretch on through Christmas as the Senate adjourned with no deal in sight to end the impasse over funding for Donald Trump’s wall on the US-Mexico border ... read more

US government shutdown enters 2nd day, set to last through Christmas

"We are negotiating with the Democrats on desperately needed Border Security ... shuttered completely, but New York's governor provided funding to the Statue of Liberty monument and Ellis Island so ... read more

Government to house more immigrants in tents at US-Mexico border

The government will soon open two more that could start taking immigrants Thursday. The newest tent cities — in El Paso and in the Rio Grande Valley — will hold 1,000 parents and families, expanding ... read more

Arizona wants to watch Mexico with an army of radar towers

And with these devices and cameras in place, it’s conceivable that a person will never cross Arizona’s US–Mexico border ... don’t want to close the border," he says. "We want to make sure people come ... read more

Partial US government shutdown set to last through Christmas

“We are negotiating with the Democrats on desperately needed Border Security ... and maintenance. New York’s governor provided funding to the Statue of Liberty monument and Ellis Island so those key ... read more



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