Undocumented men, women and children continue to trespass, and die, in our cruel desert and immigration reform proposals continue to die in Washington’s moral wasteland.
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan Senate immigration bill would cost the government a net $6.3 trillion over the next 50 years to provide benefits for millions of people now living in the U.S. illegally, the Heritage Foundation said in a report Monday, setting off a fierce dispute with fellow conser…
Republican U.S. Senate candidates Jeff Flake and Wil Cardon made a final-hour pitch to voters on Tuesday during a candidate forum in SaddleBrooke.
WASHINGTON — Immigration authorities are bracing for a deluge of applications starting Wednesday when more than 1.2 million young illegal immigrants who were brought to America as children can seek to legally stay and work in the country under President Obama’s most ambitious immigration ini…
Maria Ibarra, 19, originally from Durango state in Mexico, and Candido Renteria, 24, of Monterrey, Mexico, hug with joy at the University of Texas-Pan American Campus in Edinburg after President Obama announced he would ease enforcement of immigration laws.
Ricky Campos, 23, left, Katye Hernandez, 22, both illegal immigrants originally from El Salvador who live in Silver Spring, Md., along with Rachelle Robertello, 18, of Fairfax, Va., and others from the group Casa de Maryland, rally outside the White House in support of President Obama.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, responding at the Capitol in Phoenix to President Obama's immigration speech, said the policy change represents a "pre-emptive strike" aimed at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could uphold parts of the state's immigration enforcement law.
Insisting it is not amnesty, President Obama issued an order Friday allowing those brought to this country illegally as children to remain, and even to work, a move that could help up to 1.4 million.