The president portrayed a Democrat in Tuesday's special election in North Carolina as too lenient on illegal immigration.
Bernie Sanders doesn’t make his personal story a cornerstone of his campaign, but in a rare interview about his immigrant roots, he made clear it deeply influenced his outlook.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms opens up about the arrest of her father, R&B legend Major Lance.
The Mississippi raids may have been one of the most sweeping in ICE history, with 680 workers taken from seven plants around the state. But they were not the first.
"Give me your tired and your poor — who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge," Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said in a radio interview Tuesday.
The former vice president tore into the president in a blistering speech on Wednesday, accusing him of promoting the type of racism that appears to have inspired the suspected mass shooter in El Paso.
A war of words between the former Texas congressman and the president showed no signs of cooling as Trump headed to El Paso.
The Montana governor challenged his progressive rivals on whether migrant border crossings should be decriminalized.
The freshmen Democrats targeted by President Trump hold a news conference of their own.
A Guatemalan migrant recounts the death of her baby after entering the United States and being detained.
Migrant children kept in Customs and Border Protection custody have faced unsanitary conditions, verbal abuse and threats since arriving in the country, reports submitted to the Office of Refugee Resettlement by clinicians and case managers show.
Democratic members of Congress toured a migrant detention facility in Clint, Texas, and blasted the Trump administration for the conditions they found.
A photo of a father and his young daughter who drowned trying to cross the Rio Grande sparked anguish and outrage around the world. Should the media publish such photos?
Rep. Kim Schrier, D-Wash., is calling for an investigation into allegations that U.S. Border Patrol agents have been confiscating medications from children and adults taken into custody.
For pediatricians that serve at the U.S.-Mexico border, the seizing of medications heightens concerns about the medical care provided to the record numbers of children held at processing centers and short-term holding facilities.
President Trump’s latest effort to crack down on migration at the southern border by imposing punitive tariffs on Mexican goods appears to be driving a wedge between the White House and some of Trump’s biggest supporters in the Senate — including immigration hard-liners who ordinarily back him on border security issues. Among Senate Republicans, only Lindsey Graham of South Carolina publicly backed the tariff plan. “I support nearly every one of President Trump’s immigration policies, but this is not one of them,” Sen. Chuck Grassley said Thursday evening, shortly after the White House announced its new tariff tactic.
The fifth Guatemalan child to die after illegally crossing the border since December, Carlos Vasquez’s death at a Border Patrol station raises new questions about the length of time minors are being detained, as well as the conditions provided to them while in custody.
The changes to the United States immigration system announced by President Trump Thursday amount to a sweeping overhaul of the legal immigration process, intended to prioritize highly-skilled workers over immigrants with family-based ties.
U.S. cities with larger populations of undocumented immigrants do not see higher rates of violent and property crime, the study found.
Three years into the presidency of Donald Trump, who launched his campaign with a call to crack down on illegal immigration from Mexico and Central America, the United States is on track to see the largest number of migrants arriving at the southwest border without proper documentation in more than a decade.
The Trump administration’s plans to expand its long-term immigrant detention capacity to the interior of the country is meeting resistance from advocates, lawmakers and even some corporations in the Midwest, where the government hopes to locate the new facilities.
While describing herself as “optimistic” about finding a bipartisan solution on immigration reform, Pelosi also decried the way Trump weaponizes fear on the issue.
ICE’s increasingly aggressive actions over the last two years have been met with nonviolent resistance from grassroots groups like Siembra, which has established itself in several North Carolina communities.
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