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Immigration

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  • Immigrant border surge dips; crossings forecast to rise in summer

    Immigrant border surge dips; crossings forecast to rise in summer
    The number of Central American children and families illegally crossing the southern border, particularly in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, is likely to be smaller this year than last, but large enough to overwhelm shelters and courts, new Border Patrol...
  • With new immigration proposals, state lawmakers hope to build momentum

    With new immigration proposals, state lawmakers hope to build momentum
    Democratic lawmakers will unveil a slew of new immigration-related proposals Tuesday, including measures that would extend state-paid health coverage to those in the country illegally and offer more protection against deportation. Legislators behind the...
  • Rep. Charlie Dent: Why I voted to fund the Homeland Security Department

    Rep. Charlie Dent: Why I voted to fund the Homeland Security Department
    I recently joined with 74 of my fellow House Republicans in voting to fund the Department of Homeland Security. This vote is causing consternation for some. It shouldn't be. It was the right vote to protect our country and to govern responsibly. Keep in...
  • Judge's new order makes it harder for Obama to restart immigration moves

    Judge's new order makes it harder for Obama to restart immigration moves
    After President Obama in November announced plans to shelter millions of people from the threat of deportation, immigration officials wasted no time in carrying them out. Thousands of young people who had applied for two-year reprieves from...
  • Is South Carolina's Lindsey Graham Jeb Bush's wingman?

    Is South Carolina's Lindsey Graham Jeb Bush's wingman?
    All things being equal, Lindsey Graham would like to be president. The South Carolina senator visited New Hampshire this week, pursuing the dodgy mix of running for the Republican presidential nomination while championing comprehensive immigration reform....
  • Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do

    Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do
    Three years ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was heralded as the Republican Party’s future. After the GOP’s stinging 2012 presidential loss, strategists prescribed the charismatic, young tea party favorite as the antidote to a fractured party —...
  • Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight

    Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight
    Some armless, others hobbling on spindly prosthetic legs, Honduran migrants came to Mexico City this week to protest their plight. Maimed in Mexico when they tried to catch a precarious train to reach the United States, they feel forgotten, ignored and...
  • Dairy farmers, in dire need of workers, feel helpless as immigration reform sours

    Dairy farmers, in dire need of workers, feel helpless as immigration reform sours
    When Mike McMahon's Latino employees need to go to the bank, the pharmacy or the grocery store, he makes sure someone drives them to town, waits while they run errands, and then brings them safely back to his dairy farm. Even then, there is no guarantee...
  • Cupich, Rauner press for immigration reform deal

    Cupich, Rauner press for immigration reform deal
    Illinois Republican leaders on Monday reiterated their support for comprehensive immigration reform at a gathering organized by business leaders who want congressional action. But it was Archbishop Blase Cupich who delivered the most forceful remarks,...
  • Pennsylvania county jails turning away from immigration role

    More Pennsylvania counties with jails are limiting their cooperation with federal immigration authorities following a court decision last year in favor of an Allentown man wrongly held in Lehigh County Jail on suspicion that he was in the country...
  • States say Obama administration misled judge on immigration

    A coalition of states suing to stop President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration alleges the government misled a judge about not implementing part of the plan before the judge temporarily halted it. The allegation comes after the Justice...