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In the news this morning: 'Out' on the cover of TIME, U.S. customs expands abroad, state anti-illegal immigration laws, more

Behind the Cover: America's Undocumented Immigrants - TIME It's been a year since ex-Washington Post reporter Jose Antonio Vargas admitted in the New York Times that he's undocumented, having arrived in the U.S. as a child. He and other young people are on the magazine's cover this week; Vargas wrote the cover story titled "We are Americans, Just Not Legally."

U.S. Security Expands Presence at Foreign Airports - New York Times U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been expanding its presence in various airports around the world, screening passengers before they board flights.

Dominicans weigh blocking illegal immigrants from public schools - CNN In the Dominican Republic, immigration officials are weighing a measure that could keep some undocumented immigrants, many from neighboring Haiti, from studying in public schools.

GOP Immigration Hawk Rebuffs Rubio and Rivera DREAM Act Proposals - Fox News Latino Rep. Steve King, vice chairman of the House immigration subcommittee, has said he won't support either of the two proposals being floated by Florida Republicans Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. David Rivera to grant legal status to undocumented students.

Immigration Law Slows A Family's March Forward - NPR A family of immigrants that's long been in the U.S. legally says their business is being hurt by South Carolina's strict new anti-illegal immigration law.