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Immigration

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  • Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid

    Don't Deny Immigrant Students College Aid
    Here's a depressing truism: Of the scores of thousands of undocumented immigrant students who graduate from American high schools annually, only a tiny percentage continue on to a higher education institution. That's a huge waste of talent potential....
  • L.A. supervisors OK help for immigrants under contested Obama plan

    L.A. supervisors OK help for immigrants under contested Obama plan
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to help eligible immigrants apply for President Obama's contested deferred action program, even as the fate of the president’s signature immigration initiative remains unclear. On a 4-1...
  • Immigration officials reviewing order to stop family detentions at border

    Immigration officials reviewing order to stop family detentions at border
    The Obama administration has not decided how to respond to a court ruling last week that ordered the government to stop detaining nearly 1,000 immigrant families as part of a policy meant to discourage other Central American families from illegally...
  • Judge's ruling may free immigrant mothers and children from detention

    Judge's ruling may free immigrant mothers and children from detention
    Claudia Velasquez, a Honduran immigrant held with her 7-year-old daughter since October in a federal detention facility, looked at the judge Monday via a video hookup as he considered her request for bond. Velasquez and nearly 1,000 mothers and children...
  • Obama faces high stakes in rollout of controversial immigration program

    Obama faces high stakes in rollout of controversial immigration program
    President Obama will soon roll out one of the most ambitious and controversial programs of his presidency, an effort to grant a reprieve from deportation to millions of adult immigrants living in the country illegally. With time short and stakes high,...
  • GOP's unchanging game plan: Gang up on Obama

    GOP's unchanging game plan: Gang up on Obama
    The determination of conservative Republicans to thwart Barack Obama at every turn was clear from the first days after his election in 2008, as their Senate leader Mitch McConnell publicly vowed to make him "a one-term president." That goal got a...
  • U.S. seeks stay of ruling on President Obama's immigration action

    U.S. seeks stay of ruling on President Obama's immigration action
    The U.S. government asked a federal judge Monday to lift his temporary hold on President Barack Obama's action to shield millions of immigrants from deportation. The Justice Department's motion for a stay was filed with the court of U.S. District...
  • Bondi silent on immigration lawsuit

     Bondi silent on immigration lawsuit
    TALLAHASSEE — Attorney General Pam Bondi is outspoken about her efforts to reduce or eliminate human trafficking, prescription drug abuse and consumer fraud. But when it comes to defending her decision to join a lawsuit with other states aimed...
  • Immigration reform could help fill a growing skills gap

    Immigration reform could help fill a growing skills gap
    U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen of Texas suspended an executive order granting some 5 million undocumented immigrants status based on a lawsuit by 26 Republican states challenging its legality. Whether the order will be upheld or rejected by the...
  • GOP unites to ignore immigration in 2016

    GOP unites to ignore immigration in 2016
    Immigration is supposed to be a bitterly divisive topic for Republicans. Yet a very narrow range of opinion separates the party's leading presidential candidates, which is unfortunate for the country. The last Republican presidential nominee, Mitt...
  • Calm restored at Texas prison where inmates set fires

    Calm restored at Texas prison where inmates set fires
    Thousands of inmates at a federal correctional center in Texas are being moved to other federal prisons after a disturbance caused damage that left the facility “uninhabitable,” officials announced Saturday. The process, which is being...