Years of hiding mean squeaky-clean youths out of school don't have the paper trail to prove they've been in the U.S.. Those with infractions on their records can be better off.
Person-to-person contact has helped female candidates sweep the state's elections this season.
The Florida senator has been a leader in pushing the GOP to a more open stance, and pioneered the plan the president announced today.
If the United States is trying to build a system that stifles entrepreneurship and discourages start-up activity among foreign workers, it's doing an excellent job
The split between "red" states and "blue" states has never been wider, but one type of candidate is bridging that gap: businessmen
A new kind of Democrat is emerging in the South—and she's no shrinking violet