After Coulter called herself a “settler” and made a comment about immigrants, Raven-Symoné asked Coulter why she could not stop herself from saying offensive things.
The policy change eliminates a platform plank stating, “Allowing illegal immigrants to remain in California undermines respect for the law.”
Mexican immigrants and their families say the president's executive order will increase money flows between the U.S. and Mexico.
While the feds officially decide who gets to stay in the country, state laws could determine how Obama's new policies are actually applied.
President Obama described a plan to shield some 5 million immigrants from deportation not as shelter or relief -- but accountability.
After acting on immigration without waiting for Congress, the president now faces an infuriated and energized GOP opposition.
The White House wants Democrats to emphasize border security and deportation, not protection for undocumented immigrants.
Hundreds of six-figure jobs available in Big Tech companies are going unfilled, say industry sources.
In Connecticut, the DeLeon family is trying not to get its hopes up on immigration reform after a decade of living in fear in the U.S.
Obama will detail an overhaul of the nation's immigration policy Thursday night. For millions of families, it could be life-changing.
Before Obama's immigration announcement, Republican leaders are warning colleagues against inflammatory remarks that could hurt the party.
Cecilia Muñoz, the president's point person on immigration, says she wants to make immigration reform a reality after the recess.
Jason Richwine, a co-author of the Heritage Foundation's controversial report on immigration reform, resigned Friday.
Authorities deported a record number of immigrants in 2011, underscoring the delicate balance President Obama has attempted to strike on immigration.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will begin accepting applications Wednesday for a new Obama administration initiative, first announced in June, that allows many undocumented immigrants...
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney selected Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice presidential running mate Saturday, and while the fresh-faced number-two man can be a divisive figure,...
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A number of celebrities are outraged by the partially approved SB 1070 .
The presumptive Republican nominee is caught between conservatives who would like to see immigration laws more strictly enforced and Hispanics who are wary of his position, and as a result he has...
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney both used the Supreme Court's Monday ruling on Arizona's controversial immigration law to reinforce their positions on...