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  • Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters

    Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters
    Back immigration reform Our family was affluent, middle class — Dad, an engineer; Mom, a homemaker; children, enrolled in private school. We had the luxuries of a typical middle-class family in a westernized world. There was no need to leave...
  • Democrats file court brief backing Obama immigration orders

    WASHINGTON A group of 181 Democratic members of the House weighed in on the legal fight over immigration on Monday, telling an appeals court that the executive branch has the authority to make the policy changes that President Barack Obama announced in...
  • Wary immigrants scarce as activists pave way for Obama's order

    Daniel Jimenez's job at the United Farm Workers Foundation is to promote the biggest reprieve for undocumented immigrants in a generation to as many as possible. On a recent day, after waiting an hour past the appointed 6 p.m. start, he began speaking...
  • As Caribbean immigration rises, Miami's black population becomes more foreign

    WASHINGTON One in three black residents in Miami is now an immigrant, a reflection of a nationwide trend that shows immigrants making up a rising share of the country's black population, according to a new Pew Research Center study. Perhaps not...
  • Gov. Rauner's immigration message leaves advocates perplexed

    Gov. Rauner's immigration message leaves advocates perplexed
    More than two months after taking the reins of one of the nation's most immigrant-friendly states, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has offered mixed signals about his stance on immigration. He's publicly backed "comprehensive reform" and tells stories of...
  • Cruz regularly intertwines his faith and politics

    Cruz regularly intertwines his faith and politics
    Sen. Ted Cruz is expected to announce his bid for the White House at Liberty University, a large evangelical institution founded by the late Jerry Falwell Sr. that regularly hosts many political leaders on its campus. Cruz, born to a Cuban refugee...
  • Texas judge threatens Justice Department over Obama's immigration plan

    Texas judge threatens Justice Department over Obama's immigration plan
    A federal judge threatened Thursday to sanction the Justice Department if he finds that government lawyers misled him about the rollout of President Obama’s plan to shield up to 5 million people from deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew S....
  • Why Obama's stalled immigration plan is back before a skeptical Texas judge

    Why Obama's stalled immigration plan is back before a skeptical Texas judge
    The Obama administration heads back into federal court before a skeptical judge here Thursday in an attempt to revive the president’s plan to shield up to 5 million people from the threat of deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen of...
  • Deutch bill would penalize `fake' immigration attorneys

     South Florida Congressman Ted Deutch introduced legislation on Thursday to try to stop unscrupulous “notarios” from exploiting vulnerable immigrants by giving  unqualified legal advice.  “Notarios are a menace to the legal system,&...
  • Sheriff Arpaio admits violating court order in profiling suit

    Sheriff Arpaio admits violating court order in profiling suit
    Joe Arpaio, the outspoken Arizona sheriff who often touted his get-tough approach to combating illegally immigration, has admitted that he violated a federal judge’s orders to stop detaining people simply because of a suspicion they may be in the...
  • Protesters rally in Chicago for immigrants they say Obama left behind

    Protesters rally in Chicago for immigrants they say Obama left behind
    Unlike the St. Patrick's Day celebration going on at the same time mere blocks away, the immigration rally in Federal Plaza on Saturday wasn't a festive occasion. About 150 people demanded reform for an estimated 7 million immigrants who are in the...