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As many as 5 million people who entered the United States illegally will at least temporarily not be subject to deportation.
The Hockey News says you put the device under one of the legs of your couch, and it receives signals from your TV. If there's one of those brutal hits on screen, you will be jolted by your couch.
Officials in Venice are banning wheelie suitcases because of the noise they make. Tourists could be fined under the new regulations.
President Obama is expected to unveil his long-awaited and controversial executive action on immigration in a prime-time speech on Thursday night. Millions of people could be affected.
NPR's Scott Horsley speaks with Melissa Block about Obama's plan to defer deportation for some immigrants, which he announced in a speech Thursday night.
Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, said of the president's planned immigration ann...
The Republican from Idaho says actions like the one the president will take on immigration tonight "make our country less strong."