The government is going to miss its target on cutting immigration. Whether that matters or not is up for debate.
President Obama’s executive actions don’t change the fact that thousands enter the country every year. And that means good business for companies like B.I. — which sells GPS trackers.
The first poll of Latino voters since Obama’s executive actions, first given to BuzzFeed News, shows that nearly 90% support his move, while 80% think it would be a mistake for the GOP to oppose them.
A battle raged among allies, publicly and behind the scenes, to shift focus from a legislative overhaul strategy to making the idea of executive action inevitable. This is how it happened.
“I’m going to cry if I need to because my parents’ future is still in limbo. I’m gonna throw all the shade I can to people who thank Obama for his bullshit speech.”
More undocumented young people and the undocumented parents of U.S. citizens will get temporary legal status. How the decision to go ahead was made, and why the parents of DREAMers aren’t included.
President Obama is delivering a televised speech on immigration Thursday at 8 p.m. ET.
The pilot program is the first of its kind at the university, and will be available to incoming freshmen residing in New York beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Obama is expected to move to spare millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation on Thursday. Scammers who profit from undocumented immigrants’ desire for legal status will be waiting.
Sen. John McCain says there isn’t standing yet to sue the president over his immigration executive actions.
But noted President Obama has a big trump card: veto.
Administration talking points sent to activists and obtained by BuzzFeed News hammer the message that his actions are legal, other presidents have acted on immigration, and the GOP can pass legislation.
Angela Navarro, a Honduran immigrant with a family of U.S. citizens, has been facing deportation for more than a decade. By moving into a church in North Philadelphia, she is adding to a growing movement of immigrants seeking refuge in churches across the country in defiance of federal deportation orders.
Diane Guerrero, who plays Maritza on Orange Is The New Black, and Lina on Jane The Virgin grew up on her own after her parents were deported when she was 14.
“It was a tough call for him,” Clinton says. Immigration activists protested several of Hillary Clinton’s rallies on the campaign trail this year.
A new law signed Friday by Mayor Bill de Blasio reduces the city’s cooperation with request from ICE officials and bans them from facilities like Riker’s Island.
After a brief stay, the Supreme Court denies government officials’ request to keep Arizona’s Proposition 100 in effect during an appeal request.
They acknowledge the lives Obama will affect with long-awaited executive actions to slow deportations, but say parents of DREAMers must be protected.
In a Facebook Q&A, Miliband also said that his perfect Sunday would involve no work and spending time in the park with his family.
President Obama plans to use executive actions in order to overhaul the nation’s immigration enforcement policies. Republicans said he is cutting them out of the policy change and will work to oppose it.
Some of the thousands of Central American children trying to get to the United States are seeking a love and acceptance they can’t get at home.
“I sure as heck hope we’re running against Hillary Clinton,” Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says.
Meanwhile, congressional Democrats are standing firm: Obama must act now, they say. Where the executive actions stand after Tuesday’s electoral drubbing.
House Speaker John Boehner Thursday warned unilateral action by President Obama “will poison the well, and there will be no chance of immigration reform moving in this Congress.”
Mark Udall blurred the difference between himself and Cory Gardner on immigration in Colorado. That had a downside.
Artists use the holiday to highlight national ills. John Stanton reports from Mexico City for BuzzFeed News.
A commentary on what scares Americans and what should scare Americans.
Kids of immigrants: unite!
The Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security are expected to send final recommendations in the next two weeks. Activists are worried and angry about what they’re hearing.
With the campaign not interested in causing a scene, two activists walked right up on stage and stood next to North Carolina Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan with a sign that read, “Friends don’t deport friends.”