Opposition to President Donald Trump's Mexico border wall remains strong on Capitol Hill, where some lawmakers say they'll block the project even if it means shutting down the government.
Clara del Villar is a daughter of Dominican immigrants, but she's not cheering President Barack Obama's new executive actions on immigration. Here's why.
Millions of undocumented immigrants may benefit from President Obama’s actions, including families like the Catenas. The California couple is hoping their daughter's citizenship will help keep them together in the United States under rules announced on Thursday.
The president announced Thursday night that he will expand programs to allow undocumented immigrants to temporarily work and live legally in US, which is welcome news for those who qualify. But do President Obama's actions go too far — or not far enough?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and immigrant rights activist Jose Antonio Vargas was detained in Texas because of his undocumented status.
Some Americans blame President Obama for the flood of Central American children who have crossed into the US this year. They believe his policy sends a message of leniency that is attracting them. But a reporter who just returned from Guatemala and El Salvador says most are simply fleeing violence, and don't have any clue about US policy.
Unaccompanied minors continue to stream across the US-Mexico border, fleeing violence, and they are being held at detention centers. In the US, a debate is raging over whether this is a humanitarian issue about taking care of needy children or a border security and immigration problem to be solved.
If immigration reform was already on life support in Congress, last night's defeat of Republican Eric Cantor in Virginia may have pulled the plug, at least for any short-term legislation. But a reform activist says demographic trends are on the side of reform.