Republican front-runner Donald Trump has a pretty bad record when it comes to telling the truth, according to Politifact.
Guzman fled a high security Mexican prison last year through a mile-long tunnel in an escape that shocked the world.
The Republican front-runner said that Marco Rubio had insulted his hands and genitalia, so he was no longer a “lightweight.”
The European Council president’s comments came ahead of the European Union summit, which will focus on the region’s refugee crisis, in Brussels next week.
From building walls to ending family detention policies, a look at the presidential candidates’ positions.
The Republicans faced off in Houston, just days before Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses.
In Thursday's Republican debate, Sens. Rubio and Cruz hit Trump over his past hiring of undocumented immigrants.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, using colorful language, said his country would not pay for Donald Trump’s border wall, and said the billionaire could pay for it himself.
The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy calculated that undocumented immigrants across the country pay $11.6 billion per year in income, sales and property taxes.
The Donald's wife said he has not gone too far with his immigration policies.
This marks the highest-profile endorsement for Cruz in the presidential race so far.
Frauke Petry has said that refugees should be shot to keep them from illegally crossing borders.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took a pointed stance on deportations with just a day before the GOP Nevada caucus.
The continent's politicians are increasingly facing pressure to, at least temporarily, suspend an open-borders policy. But at what cost?
The bill would protect immigrants from getting faulty legal advice.
Julián Castro, an Obama Cabinet member mentioned as a possible Clinton running mate, was among those slamming Bernie Sanders on Thursday.
Protesters in Madison, Wisconsin, came from all over the state to voice concern for what they say is anti-immigrant legislation in the capital.
A new study shows that migration doesn't increase the risk of terror, thanks to economics.
In the new ad, the former secretary of state comforts a 10-year-old Hispanic child, nervous that her family could be deported.
The Monday ruling came in the case of an individual who applied for asylum to the Netherlands in 1995, was rejected in 1996, and applied again in 2012 and 2013.
With thousands of Eastern European children already in British custody, critics warn the phenomenon may “break the care system.”
Her campaign appears concerned about the Silver State, where data show Bernie Sanders may pose a growing threat in the Democratic presidential-nomination caucuses Feb. 20.