By Associated Press | 12/05/13 10:08 AM
Traffic checkpoints along the Texas border that critics say were state-operated immigration traps won't be deployed again without lawmaker support, Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw said Wednesday.
By Byron York | 12/02/13 06:20 PM
David Plouffe, a former top Obama adviser still close to the White House, sees a future in which fixing the technical problems of Obamacare will give President Obama the energy and clout he needs to finally accomplish his most important second-term priority: immigration reform. "Let's fast...
By Associated Press | 12/02/13 09:22 AM
Sen. Charles Schumer says an understaffed Buffalo border is to blame for lane closures and backups that result in long wait times that are not only frustrating to drivers but detrimental to the local economy.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/29/13 07:31 PM
Jeh Johnson, President Obama's choice to be the Department of Homeland Security secretary, was working for a law firm in New York City 12 years ago when two airliners smashed into the twin towers.
By Paul Bedard | 11/27/13 07:44 AM
Lawmakers frustrated that Congress won't consider comprehensive immigration or tax reform can blame the 906 pages it took to write the Affordable Care Act and the subsequent 20,000 pages of regulations to enforce Obamacare.
By Lisa Ruhl | 11/26/13 03:37 PM
Afer 15 days of fasting, immigration activists say they won't stop until there's a bill on the House floor or until their bodies can't handle it anymore.
By Brian Hughes | 11/25/13 04:24 PM
President Obama lectured a protester during a California immigration event Monday, saying in an unscripted moment that he could not unilaterally halt deportations of illegal immigrants and that true reform would require more than “just shouting.”
By Sean Higgins | 11/21/13 11:43 AM
A group of about 60 pro-immigration reform activists late Wednesday evening stormed an Arlington, Va., condominium complex where House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., maintains a home.
11/20/13 09:22 AM
Las hieleras, or “the freezers,” is how immigrants and some Border Patrol agents refer to the chilly holding cells at many stations along the U.S.-Mexico border. The facilities are used to house recently captured border crossers until they can be transferred to a long-term Immigration and...
By Joel Gehrke | 11/19/13 02:56 PM
Smugglers have a "very sophisticated" operation for trafficking into the United States through a route that leads, of all places, through the headquarters of U.S. Army intelligence in Arizona. "That smuggling operation going through there is very, very sophisticated," former U.S. Border Patrol...
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