Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday that the Obama-era program shielding nearly 800,000 people brought to the U.S. as children from deportation is being rescinded.
The administration may undo the program shielding unauthorized immigrants who arrived as children, rolling back a signature Obama-era initiative.
The RAISE Act, with the backing of the White House, represents the best opportunity for immigration restrictionist groups in 20 years.
The president blames “many sides” for the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said the crash claimed the life of a 32-year-old woman.
University of Virginia students are being instructed to shelter in place amid protests, a professor says.
Even groups supportive of the president’s plans have their doubts.
The spending proposal is likely to receive pushback from Republicans wary of cutting into popular entitlement programs.
The decision appears to conflict with the president’s often-heated rhetoric on immigration.
The president said Thursday that he wouldn’t pursue sealing off the entire border as he had pledged to do on the campaign trail.
The president’s son coordinated with the music publicist last June to arrange a meeting with a “Russian attorney,” who had potentially damaging information about Hillary Clinton.
A three-judge panel ruled Wednesday that immigrant children held in detention are entitled to present their case before an immigration judge.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was pictured on a public beach that was among those closed over the weekend by the government shutdown.
The president was supposed to be their champion, but he’s failed to act on some of his key campaign promises.
The president had repeatedly pledged to end the Obama-era program shielding undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from deportation.
The team’s lawyer reportedly instructed them to preserve documents relevant to the federal inquiries into election interference.
The deputy attorney general told lawmakers the special counsel handling the Russia investigation has “full independence.”
Some police chiefs are concerned that the legislation may harm efforts to stop crime rather than helping.
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.