During the Friday “Good Morning America” broadcast, ABC political analyst Matthew Dowd said the country today is “akin” to where it was at the start of the Civil War.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump barnstormed across much of Florida in the space of about 24 hours this week: Miami, Orlando and Pensacola on Wednesday followed by Jacksonville on Thursday.
A new report shows explosive growth in the number of U.S. residents 5 years of age and older who speak a language other than English at home.
New allegations of Donald Trump groping women are sending the Republican nominee’s floundering campaign into a tailspin, with precious few days left for the billionaire to try to salvage his presidential bid.
Already struggling under the weight of the 2005 tape in which Trump can be heard describing in vulgar terms how his celebrity status allowed him to sexually assault women with impunity, the Republican nominee’s campaign pushed back against the new charges by questioning their timing and the motivations of the accusers.
At 42.4 million, there are now more immigrants, legal and illegal, in America than ever before, fueled by a massive flood from Muslim nations, and the growing numbers are substantially impacting public services like public schools, according to a weighty new analysis of Census Bureau data.
One impact of note: There are 10.9 million students from immigrant households in public schools, accounting for 23 percent of all public school students, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.