Tom Tancredo, a former Colorado congressman and 2008 presidential candidate, endorsed Rick Santorum for the Republican presidential nomination on Wednesday, giving a small boost to Santorum's long-shot campaign after he finished a distant third in the Florida primary.
A new petition asking Gov. Jan Brewer to apologize to President Barack Obama has been posted online by Arizona's state Democratic organization.
Presidents have been on the receiving end of tough criticism from other elected officials in private. But is it breaching decorum to point a finger?
Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, New Gingrich and Rick Santorum showed no mercy during last night's GOP debate, tackling issues ranging from immigration law and foreign intervention in Latin America to Gingrich's ties to Freddie Mac and Romney's links to Obamacare. Get the candidate's top quotes from last night's CNN debate here.
When Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer confronted President Barack Obama on a tarmac and thrust an accusing finger at him, it was a small skirmish in a larger battle between Brewer and the Obama administration.
A day after his confrontational election-year State of the Union address, President Barack Obama had a tense exchange with Arizona's Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday as she greeted Air Force One in Phoenix.
A day after his confrontational election-year State of the Union address, President Barack Obama had a tense exchange with Arizona's Republican governor Wednesday as she greeted Air Force One in Phoenix.
A federally mandated review of pending deportation cases in Denver found that nearly a sixth of those cases could be closed, presaging a national change in how immigration courts function.
If Mitt Romney grabs the GOP presidential nod, he would be the first Republican candidate in decades to take hard line on immigration policies that Latinos support.
The candidates vying for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination agree that the first imperative is to halt the flow of illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border. But the relentless focus on the border obscures the fact that the rate of cross-border migrations is decreasing.
As immigration rights gain national attention, federal immigration officialshave announced the creation of a free telephone hotline to ensure immigration detainees held by local police are informed of their rights.
A series of groundbreaking (and head-scratching) bills in states from Florida and Tennessee are set to become law on New Year's Day 2012. Here's everything you need to know, from aids for illegal immigrants and abortion restrictions to Utah's ban on Happy Hour and California's move for LGBT rights, and why you should care.
The Obama administration scores another preliminary injunction against a state that has enacted a law attempting to drive out undocumented immigrations.
After six months of notable decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court ended 2011 setting the stage for a blockbuster session in 2012.
An ESPN radio host is in hot water after referring to two WNBA teams as the Los Angeles Lesbians and the Phoenix Dyke-ury.
An immigration policy recently unveiled by the Obama administration could offer legal respite to same-sex couples in which a member is facing deportation.
Immigrants facing deportation largely rely on inept lawyers or navigate the complexities of immigration law without any legal help, according to a new study that describes a modern immigration representation crisis.
Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina have sought to halt Department of Justice challenges to their Arizona-style immigration laws, pending a U.S. Supreme Court review.
I am confident the high court will uphold Arizona's constitutional authority and obligation to protect the safety and welfare of its citizens, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Monday.
Arizona and the Obama administration are at odds with each other about whether the U.S. Supreme Court should settle the row over the state's anti-immigration law.
In the midst of a legal battle over Alabama's new immigration law, the state's attorney general sent a letter to top Republican lawmakers suggesting ways to shield the law from challenges by altering or deleting controversial provisions.
The former House Speaker has been on the defensive, rebutting criticisms that he is supporting amnesty for millions of immigrants, or that his policy would erect a magnet for undocumented immigrants, as former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney has charged. What was Gingrich really proposing? Here's the breakdown:
Utah is the latest state to have its anti-immigration law challenged by the Obama administration.
More than 46000 deportations of the undocumented immigrant parents of U.S.-citizen children were carried out between January and June of 2011, according to an unreleased data obtained by Colorlines.com's publisher, the Applied Research Center.
New York City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez has cuts on his face and hand, but he is out of jail, and is spreading the harrowing tale of his violent arrest early Tuesday morning during the police raid of the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Manhattan's Zuccotti Park.
Republican state Sen. Gerald Dial told The Birmingham News that lawmakers 'made some mistakes' when crafting the state's notoriously strict immigration law.
The U.S. Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court Thursday to refuse to hear a case challenging Arizona's anti-immigration law.
Russell Pearce, the Senate President of Arizona and author of controversial anti-illegal immigration bill SB 1070, is facing a recall election Tuesday.
The U.S. Department of Justice has been filing lawsuits against states that have passed anti-immigration laws.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told the House Judiciary Committee that instead of enforcing the Alabama immigration Law, her department has been working with the Justice Department to challenge it.