Immigration debate shunned nearly 100 proposals

Nearly 100 immigration plans have been left to rot within the hopper when the Senate concluded a long-awaited immigration debate Thursday. What used to be heralded as a freewheeling debate and a weeklong flooring battle used to be whittled right down to about two hours of votes to kill a ...

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4 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend

Photo The documentarian St. Clair Bourne right through the filming of “The Black and the Green.” Credit Roy Lewis, by way of First Run Features Our information to movie collection and particular screenings going down this weekend and in the week forward. All our film opinions are at nytimes.com/opinions/films. ALAN ...

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5 Comedy Shows to Catch in NYC This Weekend

Our information to stand-up, improv and diversity presentations going down this weekend and in the week forward. ‘EVERYTHING IS FALLING APART’ at QED Astoria (Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m.). The title of this tournament divulges its underlying premise, which is that after a month its host, Molly McGaughey, interviews a visitor ...

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12 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend

Photo “A Closer Winter Tunnel, February-March,” 2006, by means of David Hockney. Credit Charlie Rubin for The New York Times Our information to new artwork presentations — and a few that can be final quickly. ‘THE BEAUTIFUL BRAIN: THE DRAWINGS OF SANTIAGO RAMÓN Y CAJAL’ at Grey Art Gallery (thru ...

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Q&A: How do different groups define school shootings?

An advocacy team that helps stricter gun regulations says the assault that killed 17 other people at a Florida prime school on Wednesday used to be the 18th within the U.S. within the first 45 days of 2018. Some questions and solutions about how different groups define a school capturing: ...

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