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  • Obama lays out immigration goals, not timing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Leaving his timing uncertain, President Barack Obama laid out ambitious objectives Friday for immigration steps he intends to take on his own and said he had already received some recommendations from the Homeland Security and Justice departments for executive action he could...

  • As midterms loom, illegal immigration still a big issue for voters

    As the media continues to focus on international affairs and growing threats abroad, including the rise of ISIS and Moscow's provocations in the East, American voters are still deeply concerned about the nation's troubled immigration system.

  • Influential Guatemalan bishop calls for Obama resignation, return of Nobel Peace Prize over immigrant deportations

    "It would be interesting right now to ask the committee of the Nobel Peace Prize if they were not wrong in giving him the Nobel Prize," Alvaro Ramazzini said.

  • U.S. has world's largest immigrant population; 1 in 6 foreign-born

    The Pew Research Center finds that the U.S. has the most foreign-born residents, about 46 million.

  • John Boehner: No immigration reform until 2015

    An upcoming election coupled with the concerns of Senate Democrats may cause President Obama to push back a possible executive order on immigration to next year, something Boehner is on board with.

  • Pew: Public takes harder line on illegals, wants tighter border

    Americans have shifted to a much harder line and want Washington's focus to be on better border security and tougher enforcement of immigration laws, not citizenship for illegal citizens in the country, says Pew.

  • 10,000 Illinois immigrants risk losing Obamacare

    CHICAGO (AP) — Some 10,000 immigrants in Illinois are among more than 200,000 nationwide whose insurance bought through President Barack Obama's health care initiative could end this month if they don't prove this week they're legally in the country. The federal government mailed letters in...

  • Key Democrat pushes Obama to act on immigration

    Rep. Luis Gutiérrez, D-Ill., urged Democrats to stop pressuring President Obama to postpone executive action on immigration.

  • More Americans trust GOP on immigration

    Republicans have a clear advantage on immigration in a recent poll, a potent weapon for GOP candidates in the final stretch of the midterm elections.

  • Texas border crosser had cocaine strapped to legs

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A woman from Mexico faces cocaine smuggling charges after an officer at a Texas border crossing noticed one of her legs appeared larger than the other. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials on Tuesday announced the seizure of more than 7 pounds of cocaine in three...

  • Immigration group: Surge will cost schools $761 million

    The immigrants will cost local schools far more than other students, FAIR contests, not only because they speak little English but because most have likely had little schooling.

  • Memo: No wrongdoing in handling child immigrants

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal investigation that included surprise inspections was unable to substantiate 16 accusations by advocacy groups that the government packed into frigid cells children caught crossing the border alone, made them sleep on hard floors and provided inadequate food and...

  • VIDEO: Josh Earnest skirts questions about immigration

    White House press secretary Josh Earnest skirted questions about announcing immigration executive actions on Tuesday, telling the reporters repeatedly that he has no update on the timing of such actions.

  • White House dodges questions on immigration timing

    Pressed repeatedly by reporters Tuesday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest confirmed Obama's intention to use his executive power to act on immigration if Congress fails to, but he declined to say when that would take place.

  • GOP aides: No chance of shutdown

    GOP staffers say the party wants to steer clear of the kind of sinking poll numbers it experienced a little more than a year ago, when House Republicans sidelined the annual spending bill in a futile attempt to defund Obamacare.



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