Directives from Homeland Security mark unusual change for U.S. immigration enforcement.
A party that has lost the ambition to convince is a party in decline.
WASHINGTON — House Republican leaders Monday pulled a controversial border security bill from a pending vote, citing severe weather conditions in the Northeast and a short congressional workweek — but opponents said it was yanked because of sagging Republican support.
Letters on "talent gap" and what might happen to a scenic highway.
Last year police officers in South Tucson unlawfully detained me and hauled me to a Border Patrol station so that they could check my immigration status.
Nearly 80 percent of Arizona deportations last fiscal year came from people caught at the border — higher than the 64 percent nationwide, data from Immigration and Customs Enforcement show.
Immigration reform efforts are reaching a critical time as we near the end of 2013 and with the turn of the calendar a congressional midterm election year is looming.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — 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 c…
At the end of this year in which election results reinserted immigration into the political conversation, remember that 2012 is the 150th anniversary of “the first comprehensive immigration law.” This is how the Homestead Act of 1862 is described by Blake Bell, historian at the Homestead Nat…
En el "autoanálisis" que los republicanos están actualmente llevando a cabo para explicar y supuestamente corregir las causas de su sorprendente derrota en la elección presidencial (la sorpresa fue únicamente para ellos, y ahí comienza el problema) destaca la "epifanía" relacionada con la in…
U.S. Rep. Luis Gutiérrez, D-Ill., right, congratulates Tucsonan Carlos Martinez, one of the first people to get a work permit under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Looking to boost the spirits of undocumented youths in Arizona - the state the rest of the nation often sees as the crux of the immigration debate - a congressman told a group of students that the fight for legalization has just begun.