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Recent articles by Stef:

Coronavirus has slammed the door shut on highly skilled work visas

The restrictions and bottlenecks may outlast the pandemic. → Read More

When and how to vote in all 50 states

Understand your state's election rules and deadlines for early and absentee voting. → Read More

Trump is registering more new voters than Democrats in key states

Republicans are eating into Democrats' registration advantage in key states. → Read More

Exclusive poll: Where immigration could swing critical 2020 voters

The survey found potential weaknesses on immigration messaging for Trump among some of the voters who put him over the top in 2016. → Read More

The states at the center of the 2020 voting crisis

Competitive elections, surging coronavirus numbers and little experience voting by mail. → Read More

Trump to expand coronavirus-related immigration restrictions

An executive order will temporarily ban U.S. entry for foreigners on some temporary visas. → Read More

Swing states hit as coronavirus rips small businesses

Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida are among those hit hardest. → Read More

States face economic death spiral from coronavirus

Many will be forced to choose between raising taxes or gutting services. → Read More

Biden campaign unveils "Lift Every Voice" plan for African Americans

"He'll make clear that hate has no safe harbor," a senior campaign official told reporters on a call. → Read More

California providing $500 in coronavirus relief to 150,000 unauthorized immigrants

The undocumented population was left out of the federal cash assistance provided in the CARES Act. → Read More

Congressional Democrats seek border wall halt during coronavirus

They're making their case in letters to the Departments of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense. → Read More

Michelle Obama to push absentee voting amid coronavirus

The former first lady will emphasize that ensuring people can vote during a pandemic isn't partisan. → Read More

The coronavirus is about to devastate state and city economies

State and local tax revenue is falling, while spending is up as they respond to the outbreak. → Read More

U.S. has expelled thousands of migrants under coronavirus public health order

The CDC's public health order has drastically lowered the number of immigrants in CBP custody. → Read More

Public charge rule could add to visa denial surge

The State Department refused immigrant visas on public charge grounds 19 times as much in FY 2019 as in FY 2016. → Read More

Federal judge rules Ken Cuccinelli unlawfully ran immigration agency

Policies that were put in place under Cuccinelli are now void. → Read More

How Joe Biden's free fall puts Bernie in command

Sanders hasn't picked up the Biden deserters, but he's the clear beneficiary of Biden's rapid descent. → Read More

Partisanship is fueling urban-rural divisions

But partisanship is a huge divide. → Read More

Bloomberg's Super Tuesday splurge

Michael Bloomberg is funneling more than a third of his massive advertising war chest into the 14 states voting on Super Tuesday, data from Advertising Analytics shows. Why it matters: While most candidates are focusing their dollars and efforts on early primary states, the Democratic presidential candidate has his eyes set on the states he thinks he can win — and those with the most delegates.… → Read More

Trump's budget proposal requests "wildly large" ICE funding

The budget proposal includes funds for 60,000 detention beds and 4,600 new ICE personnel. → Read More