Abigail Hauslohner The Washington Post


'Abigail Hauslohner The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Employment Green Card Backlog Tops 8 Lakh. Most Of Them Are Indians

    Employment Green Card Backlog Tops 8 Lakh. Most Of Them Are Indians

    An estimated 800,000 immigrants who are working legally in the United States are waiting for a green card, an unprecedented backlog in employment-based immigration that has fueled a bitter policy debate but has been largely overshadowed by President Donald Trump's border wall and the administration's focus on migrant crossings from Mexico.

  • Man Told Starbucks Worker His Name Was Aziz. She Wrote "ISIS" On His Cup

    Man Told Starbucks Worker His Name Was Aziz. She Wrote "ISIS" On His Cup

    Niquel Johnson paid for three drinks in Philadelphia on Sunday, and in typical Starbucks fashion, an employee asked for his name. Johnson, 40, told them "Aziz," his Islamic name pronounced ah-zeez. He has used it for 25 years - and "countless" times at that particular store. The employee wrote his name as "ISIS" - the acronym for the Islamic terror...

  • Photo Of Drowned Father, Daughter Highlights Migrants' Border Peril

    Photo Of Drowned Father, Daughter Highlights Migrants' Border Peril

    Valeria was a cheery child. Not even 2 years old, she loved to dance, play with her stuffed animals and brush her family members' hair. Her father, scar Alberto Martnez Ramrez, was stalwart. Nearly always working, he sold his motorcycle and borrowed money to move his family from El Salvador to the United States. Martnez and his wife, Tania Vanessa ...

  • What Sort Of Immigrant Trump Plan Favours: Highly Skilled, Has A Job

    What Sort Of Immigrant Trump Plan Favours: Highly Skilled, Has A Job

    Enough with the cheap labor and the extended family members, and it's time to be a little more discerning about the tired, poor and huddled masses yearning to come to America.

  • For Many Muslims, Entry Ban's Victory In US Supreme Court Cements Bigotry

    For Many Muslims, Entry Ban's Victory In US Supreme Court Cements Bigotry

    Ramy Almansoob's children have been asking every day for weeks: "Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet?" The girls, ages 6, 9 and 13, still live in the war-torn capital of Yemen, where the seeming randomness of airstrikes has taught them to brace for a painful end. Last year, they mourned their grandmother,...

  • Trump To Host Iftar After He Declined Last Year, Breaking With Tradition

    Trump To Host <i>Iftar</i> After He Declined Last Year, Breaking With Tradition

    The White House has quietly acknowledged that it will host an Iftar dinner in celebration of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, after declining to host one last year in a break with a tradition that spanned the three prior administrations.

  • "Muslims Want To Take Over US": White House's Latest Appointment Sparks Row

    "Muslims Want To Take Over US": White House's Latest Appointment Sparks Row

    The White House has named a new National Security Council chief of staff from a group that propagates the conspiracy theory that Islamists have infiltrated the U.S. government in a plot to take over America.

  • Donald Trump's Revised Travel Ban Blocks New Visas For 6 Muslim-Majority Nations

    Donald Trump's Revised Travel Ban Blocks New Visas For 6 Muslim-Majority Nations

    President Donald Trump signed a new travel ban Monday that administration officials said they hope will end legal challenges over the matter by imposing a 90-day ban on the issuance of new visas for citizens of six majority-Muslim nations.

  • Trump To Order Building Of Border Wall, Crackdown On Refugees

    Trump To Order Building Of Border Wall, Crackdown On Refugees

    President Donald Trump is planning to sign executive orders on Wednesday enabling construction of his proposed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and targeting cities where local leaders refuse to hand over illegal immigrants for deportation, part of a multi-day rollout of his long-promised crackdown on illegal immigration, officials familiar...

  • Millions March In Washington And Around The World Vowing To Resist Donald Trump

    Millions March In Washington And Around The World Vowing To Resist Donald Trump

    Millions of women gathered in Washington and in cities around the country and the world Saturday to mount a roaring rejoinder to the inauguration of President Donald Trump. What started as a Facebook post by a Hawaii retiree became an unprecdented international rebuke of a new president that packed cities large and small - from London to Los Angele...

  • More Confusion Over Plan For Muslims Entering Country

    More Confusion Over Plan For Muslims Entering Country

    Weeks before he is sworn in as president, Donald Trump and his advisers are issuing conflicting statements about the status of a signature tenet of his candidacy: restrictions on Muslims entering the United States.

  • National Security Picks Stoke Muslim Fears Of An Anti-Islamic White House

    National Security Picks Stoke Muslim Fears Of An Anti-Islamic White House

    News of President-elect Donald Trump's national security picks set off fresh tremors across the Islamic world on Friday as Middle Eastern allies and Muslim American groups prepared to face advisers and potential Cabinet members noted for harshly anti-Muslim rhetoric.

  • Meet The Muslim Who Took The Convention Stage And Prayed For Trump

    Meet The Muslim Who Took The Convention Stage And Prayed For Trump

    Sajid Tarar was the last person to take the stage at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night, after Tiffany Trump, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan and others had come and gone, and after most convention watchers had started flooding toward the exits.

  • 'I Grabbed My Assault Rifle And Ran': An Officer's Account Of The Critical Early Minutes In Orlando

    'I Grabbed My Assault Rifle And Ran': An Officer's Account Of The Critical Early Minutes In Orlando

    Officer Brandon Cornwell, 25, said the ad-hoc team spent the first seconds in the dimly lit club "trying to locate exactly where the shooter was - we kept hearing people scream and shots fired."

'Abigail Hauslohner The Washington Post' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Employment Green Card Backlog Tops 8 Lakh. Most Of Them Are Indians

    Employment Green Card Backlog Tops 8 Lakh. Most Of Them Are Indians

    An estimated 800,000 immigrants who are working legally in the United States are waiting for a green card, an unprecedented backlog in employment-based immigration that has fueled a bitter policy debate but has been largely overshadowed by President Donald Trump's border wall and the administration's focus on migrant crossings from Mexico.

  • Man Told Starbucks Worker His Name Was Aziz. She Wrote "ISIS" On His Cup

    Man Told Starbucks Worker His Name Was Aziz. She Wrote "ISIS" On His Cup

    Niquel Johnson paid for three drinks in Philadelphia on Sunday, and in typical Starbucks fashion, an employee asked for his name. Johnson, 40, told them "Aziz," his Islamic name pronounced ah-zeez. He has used it for 25 years - and "countless" times at that particular store. The employee wrote his name as "ISIS" - the acronym for the Islamic terror...

  • Photo Of Drowned Father, Daughter Highlights Migrants' Border Peril

    Photo Of Drowned Father, Daughter Highlights Migrants' Border Peril

    Valeria was a cheery child. Not even 2 years old, she loved to dance, play with her stuffed animals and brush her family members' hair. Her father, scar Alberto Martnez Ramrez, was stalwart. Nearly always working, he sold his motorcycle and borrowed money to move his family from El Salvador to the United States. Martnez and his wife, Tania Vanessa ...

  • What Sort Of Immigrant Trump Plan Favours: Highly Skilled, Has A Job

    What Sort Of Immigrant Trump Plan Favours: Highly Skilled, Has A Job

    Enough with the cheap labor and the extended family members, and it's time to be a little more discerning about the tired, poor and huddled masses yearning to come to America.

  • For Many Muslims, Entry Ban's Victory In US Supreme Court Cements Bigotry

    For Many Muslims, Entry Ban's Victory In US Supreme Court Cements Bigotry

    Ramy Almansoob's children have been asking every day for weeks: "Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet? Do we have a decision yet?" The girls, ages 6, 9 and 13, still live in the war-torn capital of Yemen, where the seeming randomness of airstrikes has taught them to brace for a painful end. Last year, they mourned their grandmother,...

  • Trump To Host Iftar After He Declined Last Year, Breaking With Tradition

    Trump To Host <i>Iftar</i> After He Declined Last Year, Breaking With Tradition

    The White House has quietly acknowledged that it will host an Iftar dinner in celebration of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, after declining to host one last year in a break with a tradition that spanned the three prior administrations.

  • "Muslims Want To Take Over US": White House's Latest Appointment Sparks Row

    "Muslims Want To Take Over US": White House's Latest Appointment Sparks Row

    The White House has named a new National Security Council chief of staff from a group that propagates the conspiracy theory that Islamists have infiltrated the U.S. government in a plot to take over America.

  • Donald Trump's Revised Travel Ban Blocks New Visas For 6 Muslim-Majority Nations

    Donald Trump's Revised Travel Ban Blocks New Visas For 6 Muslim-Majority Nations

    President Donald Trump signed a new travel ban Monday that administration officials said they hope will end legal challenges over the matter by imposing a 90-day ban on the issuance of new visas for citizens of six majority-Muslim nations.

  • Trump To Order Building Of Border Wall, Crackdown On Refugees

    Trump To Order Building Of Border Wall, Crackdown On Refugees

    President Donald Trump is planning to sign executive orders on Wednesday enabling construction of his proposed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and targeting cities where local leaders refuse to hand over illegal immigrants for deportation, part of a multi-day rollout of his long-promised crackdown on illegal immigration, officials familiar...

  • Millions March In Washington And Around The World Vowing To Resist Donald Trump

    Millions March In Washington And Around The World Vowing To Resist Donald Trump

    Millions of women gathered in Washington and in cities around the country and the world Saturday to mount a roaring rejoinder to the inauguration of President Donald Trump. What started as a Facebook post by a Hawaii retiree became an unprecdented international rebuke of a new president that packed cities large and small - from London to Los Angele...

  • More Confusion Over Plan For Muslims Entering Country

    More Confusion Over Plan For Muslims Entering Country

    Weeks before he is sworn in as president, Donald Trump and his advisers are issuing conflicting statements about the status of a signature tenet of his candidacy: restrictions on Muslims entering the United States.

  • National Security Picks Stoke Muslim Fears Of An Anti-Islamic White House

    National Security Picks Stoke Muslim Fears Of An Anti-Islamic White House

    News of President-elect Donald Trump's national security picks set off fresh tremors across the Islamic world on Friday as Middle Eastern allies and Muslim American groups prepared to face advisers and potential Cabinet members noted for harshly anti-Muslim rhetoric.

  • Meet The Muslim Who Took The Convention Stage And Prayed For Trump

    Meet The Muslim Who Took The Convention Stage And Prayed For Trump

    Sajid Tarar was the last person to take the stage at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night, after Tiffany Trump, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan and others had come and gone, and after most convention watchers had started flooding toward the exits.

  • 'I Grabbed My Assault Rifle And Ran': An Officer's Account Of The Critical Early Minutes In Orlando

    'I Grabbed My Assault Rifle And Ran': An Officer's Account Of The Critical Early Minutes In Orlando

    Officer Brandon Cornwell, 25, said the ad-hoc team spent the first seconds in the dimly lit club "trying to locate exactly where the shooter was - we kept hearing people scream and shots fired."

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