- Trump targets many more immigrants for possible deportation
WASHINGTON (AP) — Many more people living in the United States illegally could face rapid deportation — including people simply arrested for traffic violations — under the Trump administration's sweeping rewrite of immigration enforcement policies announced Tuesday.
- After Trump travel ban, immigrants seek to naturalize
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andres Dorantes has long been content with the green card that lets him live in the U.S. and work as a tattoo artist in Los Angeles.
- Trump denounces 'horrible' threats against Jewish centers
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday denounced recent threats against Jewish community centers as "horrible ... painful" and said more must be done "to root out hate and prejudice and evil."
- Supreme Court seems split in case of boy's death near border
WASHINGTON (AP) — Examining a tragic shooting death on the U.S. border with Mexico, a divided Supreme Court on Tuesday puzzled over the rights of foreigners to sue in American courts.
- Former white supremacists help others leave hate groups
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — The Celtic cross tattoo on Shannon Martinez's leg gives away her past.
- Lakers shake-up: Magic is in charge after GM Kupchak fired
Magic Johnson is leading the Los Angeles Lakers again after a major shake-up of the struggling franchise's front office.
- Lean on me: International NBA players supporting each other
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Boris Diaw arrived at his favorite Salt Lake City coffeehouse expecting to meet fellow Frenchman Rudy Gobert, and just smirked when told Gobert was running late.
- Super subs are now key players on pitching-dominated rosters
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — Jace Peterson starts out the day shagging fly balls in the outfield. Then, he changes gloves and heads to the infield to take some grounders.
- Play vs. Rest: For many NBA teams, it's still a real battle
MIAMI (AP) — There are 27 games remaining on Cleveland's regular-season schedule, and perhaps only one person over that stretch will be able to stop LeBron James.
- Johnson's 8th title could stake him as NASCAR's greatest
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Jimmie Johnson might have had an easier time had his 6-year-old daughter asked for help with a school art project. Genevieve Johnson instead left dad briefly bewildered with a messier question: