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Recruiters wait to meet with job seekers during a HireLive career fair on June 4, 2015 in San Francisco, California. According to a report by payroll processor ADP, 201,000 jobs were added by businesses in May.

24,914,000 Foreign-Born People Employed In U.S.

The number of foreign-born people employed in the U.S. increased last month, representing a figure more than three times higher than the number of unemployed native-born Americans, according to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Record 94,031,000 People Not In Labor Force

The number of people not in the labor force exceeded 94 million for the first time, hitting another record high in August, according to new jobs data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Biden Praises Bernie Sanders’ Crowd Appeal

Vice President Joe Biden did not speak about a possible run for president with donors Wednesday night in Florida. The possible candidate did, however, offer praise for candidate Bernie Sander’s ability to energize supporters.

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DHS Sec. Touts Multinational Human Smuggling Bust

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is touting the recent multinational human smuggling bust as an example of the efforts the Obama administration is making to stem the flood of illegal immigration from Central America and Mexico.

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Judicial Watch Wants Investigation Into DNC For Hiring Illegal

The conservative group announced Wednesday that it had filed a complaint with the FEC about the DNC’s decision to “knowingly” hire an illegal immigrant when federal law prohibits foreign nationals from participating in election-related, decision making activities.

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36 Human Smugglers Arrested In Multinational Bust

The law enforcement operation resulted in 17 arrests in El Salvador, seven in Guatemala and 12 in Mexico. Additionally officials discovered 39 illegal immigrants — including 10 unaccompanied minors — and seized 20 properties in Guatemala and 2 in Mexico worth an estimated $2 million combined. Authorities also seized a slew of items associated with smugglers, including vehicles, weapons, boats and approximately $200,000 in approximate in bulk cash and bank accounts.

In this March 2, 2015 photo, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer "tacs up" in the garage of a New York federal building, as he prepares for series of early-morning arrests. Immigrant and Customs Enforcement say an increasing number of cities and counties across the United States are limiting cooperation with the agency and putting its officers in dangerous situations as they track down foreign-born criminals. Instead, more of its force is out on the streets, eating up resources and conducting investigations because cities like New York and states like California have passed legislation that limits many of the detention requests issued by immigration authorities.

ICE Arrests 244 Criminal Aliens In Southern California

The four-day enforcement action took place last week. Fifty-six percent of the arrestees had serious and/or violent felony convictions including sex crimes against children, weapons charges, and drug convictions. The remaining 44 percent had “significant or multiple misdemeanors.” Four of the criminal immigrants had been previously deported and illegally reentered the U.S., including a Mexican national convicted of “sexual abuse with force” in New York.

ICE Officers Apprehend Mexican Fugitive Immigration and Customs Enforcement

DHS Settles with ICE Attorney Trying to Enforce Law

Arizona’s top Immigration and Customs Enforcement prosecutor, whose discrimination case against the Department of Homeland Security revealed internal unrest in the face of the Obama administration’s diluted immigration enforcement efforts, has settled for nearly $400,000, according to the New York Times.

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Ricky Martin Defends Jorge Ramos: Donald Trump ‘Makes My Blood Boil’

“The fact that an individual like Donald Trump, a candidate for the presidency of the United States for the Republican party, has the audacity to continue to gratuitously harass the Latin community makes my blood boil,” the Puerto Rican entertainer wrote in a Spanish language op-ed for Univision Wednesday, according to a Billboard translation.

Joggers pass the Presidential residence in Guatemala city on August 27, 2015.

Latin America Tops Global List Of Most Emotional, Positive Nations

Gallup’s 2015 Global Emotions report released Thursday quantifies positive and negative experiences of 148 countries’ residents via 153,000 interviews conducted in 2014. The interviews probed residents on 10 questions to gauge their positive and negative emotions from the day before. Countries in Latin America top the list of the world’s most emotional and positive nations.

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