Ben Rhodes, the longtime aide to former President Barack Obama who once bragged he didn’t “know anymore where I begin and Obama ends,” is the new focus of a House probe examining whether Obama.. FOXNews.com
President Obama ended the "wet foot, dry foot" that allowed Cubans who land on American soil to stay in the country. CBS News Cuba bureau chief Portia Siegelbaum joins CBSN to discuss. Source: CBS News -
President Barack Obama has an approval rating of 60 percent, the highest it has been since his first year in office and is one of the most popular among outgoing presidents, according to a CNN/ORC poll.. Newsmax
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Alexander Gutierrez Garcia left Cuba last August, beginning a treacherous journey up the spine of South and Central America in a quest to reach the United States.
Along the way, he was robbed,.. L.A. Times
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Washington has scrapped an immigration policy that granted automatic residency to Cubans who reached dry land in the US. The scrapping of the "wet foot, dry foot" law was welcomed by Havana. Deutsche Welle
*US President Barack Obama has ended a two-decade-old "wet foot, dry foot" immigration policy that allowed Cuban migrants who reached US soil illegally to stay and become legal residents after a year,.. Deccan Herald Also reported by •France 24