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Nearly 5 million immigrants still in limbo

Nearly 5 million immigrants still in limbo

11/10/15 10:06AM

On Monday, a federal appeals court ruled that it would not lift an adjunction blocking an extension of the DACA program and the creation of the DAPA program, leaving nearly 5 million immigrants in a legal limbo. An expert panel of MSNBC’s Ari Melber, Telemundo’s Lori Montenegro and immigration attorney Alma Rosa Nieto react. watch

Will GOP’s address immigration in next...

Will GOP’s address immigration in next debate?

11/10/15 09:39AM

DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda and RNC Surrogate Adolfo Franco explain their feelings on the recent ruling against President Barack Obama’s immigration programs and share their thoughts on whether this question will be brought up in Tuesday night’s GOP debate. watch

What is Obama’s next move on immigration?

What is Obama’s next move on immigration?

11/10/15 09:36AM

The Justice Department is weighing its next move after a federal appeals court refused to clear the way for President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration to go into effect. NBC's Pete Williams explains how the administration does have time to appeal to the Supreme Court, but it will have to act fast. watch

What does new ruling mean for U.S. immigrants

What does new ruling mean for U.S. immigrants?

11/10/15 09:13AM

Nora Hernandez, a woman who was eligible for the DAPA expansions, joins MSNBC’s Jose Diaz-Balart and shares her disappointments about the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against the expansion of the DAPA and DACA programs for undocumented immigrants. watch

Court rules against Obama’s immigration plans

Court rules against Obama’s immigration plans

11/10/15 09:08AM

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against President Barack Obama’s administrative actions from a year ago regarding the DAPA and DACA programs. MSNBC’s Ari Melber and Executive Director of the National Immigration Law Center Marielena Hincapie explain what this ruling means for President Obama and immigration in the U.S. watch

Obama, Netanyahu to discuss Syria, Iran

Obama, Netanyahu to discuss Syria, Iran

11/09/15 10:51AM

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet at the White House to discuss the situation in the Middle East. Both express their condolences on the death of the two American contractors in Jordan. watch

Walkout planned on Mizzou campus

Walkout planned on Mizzou campus

11/09/15 10:46AM

Students and faculty at the University of Missouri are calling for a walkout - the latest action in the protests calling for the school's president to resign. NBC's Sarah Dallof reports. watch

Making high school football safe

Making high school football safe

11/09/15 09:50AM

Frank Cutinella, whose son died during a football game, explains that changing the fundamentals of how safety is looked at for high school football can cause a significant change. He says "everyone needs to be accountable for their actions on the football field" and that rules should be enforced. Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., joins the... watch

New info in case of cop who staged suicide

New developments in case of cop who staged suicide

11/06/15 10:35AM

Veteran Illinois police officer Joe Gliniewicz staged his own suicide to look like a murder, but new information reveals he was also arranging for the murder of a village administrator, fearing she knew too much about his own embezzlement. NBC’s John Yang has more from the scene. watch

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With 30 years of experience covering the world’s biggest stories in both English and Spanish, award-winning journalist José Díaz-Balart brings his passion and perspective to “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” weekdays at 9 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  Díaz-Balart tackles the day’s top stories, takes viewers beyond the Washington powerbrokers and focuses on why issues matter to all Americans.  Live from Miami, “The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart” is the only MSNBC program to originate from... read more

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