Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Headlines

  • Sir Cliff Richard arrives at High Court for second day of action against BBC

    The 77-year-old singer, who told his barrister he wanted to be addressed as 'Sir' is giving evidence at the High Court in legal action against the BBC.

    Mail Online
  • The Design of Childhood

    Design? Parenting? Playgrounds? iPads? Architecture? Toys? Probably Lego? Alexandra Lange’s upcoming book about “how children’s playthings and physical surroundings affect their development”, The Design of Childhood, is firmly in my wheelhouse. Parents obsess over their children’s playdates, kindergarten curriculum, and every bump and bruise, but the toys, classrooms, playgrounds, and neighborhoods little ones engage with are just as important. These objects and spaces encode decades, even...
  • What is childhood dementia?

    Between 11 and 17 children are diagnosed with the most common form of childhood dementia in the UK every year.

    Mail Online
  • 'Corbyn had no actions to go with his words'

    The Board of Deputies of British Jews president on meeting Jeremy Corbyn to discuss anti-Semitism.
  • Video: Here's when rain arrives Wednesday

    A large storm will bring rain to the region Wednesday, with over an inch of rain likely in some areas.

  • Crump: Fight Injustice With Action

    A civil rights attorney who has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and most recently Stephon Clark — all unarmed black men killed by police officers — told New Haveners that they’re obligated to fight injustice.

    New Haven Independent
  • Military action in Syria is a success

    Theresa May spoke to Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron by telephone on Saturday afternoon.

    Mail Online
  • Where dissatisfied teachers are taking action next

    The next wave of teacher walkouts and demonstrations is about to begin. Public school educators in Arizona are scheduled to walk out Thursday, and some of their counterparts in Colorado will be at the state Capitol on Thursday and Friday in hopes of getting more funding from legislators. Teachers in other states, including North Carolina, are either planning their own demonstrations or watching developments closely. Educators in many states have been rising up against what they say is chronic...

  • Sizing up the measurable good of affirmative action

    Want to start an argument at your next dinner party? Utter the words "affirmative action," and then bear down on your salad. The issue is particularly divisive because many people regard it as zero-sum: If your kid gets into that exalted university, mine doesn't.
  • Federal Judge Delays Action Against DACA

    D.C. judge calls administration’s attempt to end protections for dreamers unlawful, gives government 90 days to provide a better explanation.
  • More action, less talk on weapon limits

    Our hopes are high for a ballot campaign to raise the legal age to buy assault weapons in Washington from 18 to 21. Our hopes are more modest for a state task force that’s discussing ways to curb gun violence.

  • Pandora Premium arrives on Xbox One

    Pandora has dragged its heels expanding its Premium service beyond mobile -- a web player only arrived in February, nearly a year after the mobile launch. But now it's opening up its offerings further still. From today, you'll be able to use the stre...

  • OnePlus 6 could arrive on May 21

    OnePlus is about to launch its next flagship, but an official release date is yet to be set. According to a tip we received in our inbox, the launch will take place on May 21. The information comes from an email sent to OnePlus owners, selected to trial the new OnePlus phone before their launch in the company's new LAB program. OnePlus 6 inside various cases A reader of ours enrolled for LAB and received an e-mail with all the terms and conditions, along with the date of the launch. If...
  • How will the royal baby´s arrival be announced?

    Confirmation will come in a statement to the press and on Twitter, and then a formal notice will be placed on show at Buckingham Palace.

    Mail Online
  • Henderson aiming to fulfil childhood dream

    Liverpool face Roma in the semi-finals of the Champions League.

    Mail Online
  • Junot Díaz: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma

    I never got any help, any kind of therapy. I never told anyone.

    The New Yorker
  • Conservative Heritage Action loses its fangs

    When Heritage Foundation founder Ed Feulner unveiled Heritage Action in a Wall Street Journal op-ed, he called it the “new fangs for the conservative beast.” Half a decade has passed and that beast has broken its teeth.

    Washington Examiner
  • Foreign student arrival numbers grow

    Australia's international student intake have already hit more than half a million for the year, new federal government figures show.By February there were...

    Mail Online
  • Wade on Torres likely arriving soon

    Here is all of the latest Yankees news.
  • The best GoPro and action cameras in 2018

    They can capture your life like never before. We rounded up the best action cameras.
  • Pollie pedal pelotons arrive in Canberra

    Canberra is bracing for the arrival of some road-weary, lycra-clad politicians.The annual Pollie Pedal fundraiser will come to a close in the nation's...

    Mail Online
  • Legal case for military action has been met

    Documents released by Downing Street said the airstrikes were taken on humanitarian grounds.

    Mail Online
  • SeaWorld faces enforcement action by SEC

    The Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing to take enforcement action against SeaWorld, the company said in a public filing. SeaWorld Entertainment said it received notice from the SEC on April 6 of the impending "civil enforcement action or administrative proceeding," the company said in an SEC filing late Thursday. The action could take the form of a financial penalty, a cease-and-desist order, or some other proceeding. SeaWorld and the SEC declined to comment to CNNMoney. The...

  • 'Seeds' of kidney cancer are planted in childhood

    Researchers from the Francis Crick Institute, London, found certain kidney tumours have extensive mutations and are likely to spread, while benign forms of the disease grow slowly.

    Mail Online