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Rep. King: Lawsuit Against Obama’s Immigration Order Is On the Way

Rep. King: Lawsuit Against Obama’s Immigration Order Is On the Way

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, says his lawsuit against President Obama’s newest immigration policy will be filed within weeks, Fox News Latino reports. Obama’s executive order, announced in June, halted deportations of young illegal immigrants and would grant work visas for those who were eligible. King maintains Obama’s policy is unconstitutional and would lead to a “dangerous precedent.”

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More States to Get Access to Fed’s Immigration Database

The Department of Homeland Security is planning to expand access to its immigration database to several states after first notifying Florida that it would comply with the state’s request to the information, the Associated Press reports. Officials in Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas and several other states have signed on to Florida’s request and will also get access. The database is maintained by federal immigration officials to track the legal status of individuals, which the states hope to use to verify its voter rolls in anticipation of the upcoming election.

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African-American Turnout in November May Tip the Scales, Report Says

A victory for President Obama in November may be out of reach if African-American turnout drops even five percent, according to a report released by civil-rights group National Urban League. The report looked at outcomes in battleground states including North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia, and found that if turnout is low, the scales could easily tip either way.

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Report: Hispanic Youth Increasingly More Connected Via Mobile

American youth are becoming increasingly connected via mobile channels, and the Hispanic cohort is quickly surpassing the national average in its technological know-how, a new report has found. Close to 70 percent of Hispanics have laptops and 51.5 percent have smartphones, according to a report by Mobile Future and the Hispanic Institute. That number rises when considering Hispanics between the ages of 18 and 29, 90 percent of whom say they have cellphones.

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Study: Test Results Are In and Women Are Just as Smart as Men

As the world races toward equality for both genders, a new study has revealed that women have also caught up to men on their IQ tests. In a collection of data from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Estonia and Argentina, a researcher found that women scored equal, if not slightly higher, than their male counterparts on the IQ scale. James Flynn, the New Zealand-based IQ expert who conducted the study, attributes this change to the closing gaps in educational opportunities for women.

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