Abdo Elfgeeh held on to hope that they would reunite though war split them apart. The Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday changed his mind.
The topic was hot in the Supreme Court last month as justices heard oral arguments in the Wisconsin gerrymandering case.
In criminal law, people have the right to a bail hearing while they await trial. The Supreme Court is deciding if immigrants have that same right while they fight deportation.
At a protest in Jackson Heights, New York, one mother says she sometimes wonders if she made the right choice to leave Mexico.
In a surprising move, Polish president Andrzej Duda on Monday vetoed controversial judicial reforms that had prompted huge street protests and threats of unprecedented EU sanctions.
President Donald Trump's pick to join the Supreme Court has served as a federal appeals court judge for the last decade. If confirmed, Gorsuch would fill the seat left vacant by the death of conservative justice Antonin Scalia, who died more than a year ago in the middle of the presidential election campaign.
Luis Mancheno disagrees with Trump’s positions on almost everything, and he hopes his fellow Americans won’t leave him behind.
In 1893, three men went to the Supreme Court and challenged the authority of the US to deport immigrants. The case’s decision laid the groundwork for the federal government’s long history of deportation.
EPA administrator Gina McCarthy says the agency’s efforts to fight global warming have put the United States in a good position to be a leader at the Paris climate negotiations in the fall.
For the writer's mother, a housekeeper who worked on a green card she got in 1986, a woman who had never been able to take a vacation or make an emergency room visit, the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act came like a dispatch from God.
Immigration and schooling have a long, strange history together in America. Here are a few of the highlights over the past 110 years.