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.
President Obama campaigned on the promise of shuttering the detention facility, but the task proved more difficult than anticipated.
Victims may be at risk of developing PTSD, but the experience may also spur growth.
The electorate seemed poised to help her secure a victory, and yet her support trailed behind Barack Obama’s numbers in 2012.
Turnout is projected to reach a historic high this election, but the electorate has historically been difficult to predict—and not all are enthusiastic about her candidacy.
The Republican nominee had opportunities to reverse his controversial positions during Wednesday’s debate, but he refused to take them.
The Democratic nominee is pouring resources into a state that has traditionally been carried by Republicans.
This slice of the electorate has shown increased interest in casting a ballot in November. So outside organizations are lending a hand.
The Republican nominee only briefly addressed immigration, which has been a cornerstone of his presidential campaign.
President Obama is set to push world leaders to do more about the world’s refugees. There was a time when the United States itself did more.
Latino voters in battleground states aren’t familiar with Senate candidates’ policies on reform. That could give Republicans an opening.
Despite pushback from Republicans, who have expressed concerns about admitting those from Syria and Iraq, religious groups continue to work in tandem with agencies to place individuals in their states.
Some members of the nominee's Hispanic Advisory Council will reportedly step down after being disillusioned by his immigration speech.