The administration backed away from its aggressive January order punishing jurisdictions that limit collaboration between local law enforcement and federal immigration agents.
With the nation’s courts backlogged, undocumented immigrants may be detained longer than usual.
The directors of the Senate Media Galleries sent a letter to bureau chiefs and editors to say that the Capitol “has reached its capacity for reporters."
According to recent news reports, President Trump divulged highly classified material to Russian officials, potentially endangering the U.S. relationship with the source of that information.
Testifying before the Senate, James Comey said he did not regret his late October announcement that the investigation into Hillary Clinton had been reopened.
Mick Mulvaney, the president’s budget director, told reporters Tuesday that 20-foot-tall steel fencing will replace existing cyclone fencing along the southern border.
The network declined to air an ad on the president’s first 100 days that used the term to describe the mainstream media.
On Wednesday, the administration launched a new office to “assist victims of crimes committed by criminal aliens.” Some rang in with reports of UFOs.
The president has kept former President Obama’s order protecting individuals brought to the United States as children, but the administration is still taking enforcement action against them.
The number of pending cases looks poised to grow as the administration begins arresting undocumented immigrants who weren’t previously targeted.
Micah Zenko explains the logic of Trump’s Syria intervention—and its chances of success
The administration would need to acquire private property to build his barricade, which will put the president at odds with many in his own party.
The White House blueprint increases funding for the Department of Homeland Security, while taking an incremental approach.
The policy could pose challenges to economic prosperity and potentially lead to greater restriction.
According to media reports, the attorney general and former Alabama senator met with the Russian ambassador to the United States during the election.
The president has said his administration is targeting “really bad dudes,” but his policy targets people who haven't been charged or convicted of anything.
Donald Trump’s restrictive plan is reminiscent of legislation from 100 years ago.
The president’s directive on immigration might resemble the record deportations of Obama’s first term—but without the corresponding push for legalization.
The administration targets jurisdictions that limit cooperation between local authorities and federal immigration agents.
The president-elect has pledged to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, but his proposals would require the cooperation of state and local authorities.