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Memorial Day 2015: The Real Story Behind the Holiday

Memorial Day Weekend usually conjures up images of backyard parties, beaches and beer.But Memorial Day is more than just a three-day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer.

Brooklyn man gets life in prison for plan to kill wife and make it look like random attack

He wanted to kill his wife, and now he’ll go away for life. Brooklyn-born Kashif Parvaiz, 29, was sentenced to life in prison without parole Thursday for plotting with his mistress to shoot his wife while they were taking a walk with one of their young sons.

Record number of H-1B applicants sparks immigration debate

By Matt O'Brien

PALO ALTO -- Companies are seeking more foreign workers than ever before to fill highly skilled jobs in technology and other industries, but the United States will grant visas to just a fraction of them in a lottery that began this week.

Rallying for a Stalled Immigration Relief Program

Immigration reform advocates clashed with anti-reform protesters May 19 at a planned pro-reform rally in Lower Manhattan.

Sí, se puede,” yes, we can, people supporting immigration reform shouted out.

Study: Undocumented Immigrants Relying on ‘Luck’ to Stay Healthy

BERKELEY, Calif. – Undocumented immigrants’ ability to stay healthy might come down to a matter of luck. That’s one of the findings that emerged from a study released this week by The Greenlining Institute, a national research and advocacy organization.

Clarke supports chokehold prevention bill

U.S. Rep. Yvette D. Clarke is throwing her support behind legislation fellow Brooklyn congressmember Hakeem Jeffries is sponsoring to outlaw the use of chokeholds by police. The bill would define use of the chokehold as a civil rights violation under federal law.

Law Office of Mujahid Ali Khan(Attorney at Law)