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Immigration

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  • Obama seeks conservative court's relief on immigration plan halt

    HOUSTON President Barack Obama's efforts to let almost 5 million undocumented immigrants stay in the U.S. may languish as his second term winds down unless he can win over one of the nation's most conservative appeals courts. Two of the three appellate...
  • Immigration officials admit N. Carolina murder suspect was in gang database

    WASHINGTON Federal immigration officials admitted this week that the suspect in the February slayings of four people in Charlotte, N.C., was granted special immigration status shielding him from deportation two years ago despite being listed in a...
  • Scott Walker breaks with the Kochs on immigration

    WASHINGTON Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions was enjoying his unexpected new role: Policy adviser to a Republican presidential front-runner. Scott Walker, alone among the 2016 contenders, had talked to Sessions about immigration policy. Sessions happened to...
  • Capitol Hill Buzz: Senate Democrats discuss 2016 races

    Senate Democrats' weekly policy lunch Tuesday served up a helping of 2016 politics. Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, addressed the closed-door gathering. So did former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, the Democrats' preferred...
  • Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes

    Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes
    Undocumented workers in Florida pay nearly $605 million a year in state and local taxes — but they could pay more if they became legal, according to a new study backing immigration reform. Undocumented immigrants in the Sunshine State paid...
  • Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'

    Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'
    Republicans should be in better shape than ever before to make an appeal to Latino voters. Two of their announced candidates for president, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, are sons of Latino immigrant parents, and another soon-to-be-announced candidate, Jeb...
  • Homeland Security morale woes blamed on immigration policies

    WASHINGTON Two Republican House members, both former prosecutors, said at a Capitol Hill hearing on Thursday that White House immigration policies are contributing to low morale at Homeland Security. The comments came as Reps. Trey Gowdy of South...
  • Arpaio immigration unit tarnished by misconduct allegations

    As frustrations mounted a decade ago over illegal immigration, Sheriff Joe Arpaio created an elite squad to crack down on smugglers and, in the process, became known across the country as a tough-talking lawman willing to step in where the federal...
  • Immigrants describe threats in South Africa

    Fearful immigrants in South Africa who fled their homes because of threats and deadly attacks by South Africans said Sunday they were targeted in some cases by longtime neighbors and people who warned they would assault anyone carrying a foreign passport....
  • California may shield immigrants charged with drug crimes from deportation

    California may shield immigrants charged with drug crimes from deportation
    When Jesús Cordero was arrested for Ecstasy possession, his lawyer offered what seemed like an obvious solution: Plead guilty and undergo drug counseling. Once Cordero completed the course, the charges would be dismissed. It's a popular option for...
  • Legal fight continues over Obama's executive action on immigration

    Legal fight continues over Obama's executive action on immigration
    To hear the White House tell it, a federal judge in Texas “has wrongly continued to prevent those lawful, common-sense policies from taking effect.” The judge, meanwhile, says of Obama administration attorneys: “Whether by ignorance,...