The justices agreed Friday to a speedy review of a lower court ruling that has so far blocked the Trump administration from adding the citizenship question to the census for the first time since 1950.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The justices could decide Friday or early next week whether they will hear the government's appeal.
By Marcia Coyle
More than a dozen states and big cities, among others, have sued over Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' decision to add a citizenship question to the census for the first time since 1950.
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump has astonished legal scholars with his claim that he can end birthright citizenship with a swipe of his pen. No, they say, he can't.
By Mark Sherman, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Our adversaries believe many Americans are susceptible to foreign manipulation. As educators, we should think carefully about whether our schools have played a role.
By PBS NewsHour
Amid criticism, the Trump administration is facing lawsuits for adding a question about citizenship to the upcoming 2020 census. And the U.S. Commerce Department, which oversees the census, recently released more than a thousand pages of documents about its decision…
The U.S. Supreme Court's final case this term was expected to be a highly technical argument on immigration law, but it wound up pulling back the curtain a bit on the justices' personalities and how they interact. John Yang takes…
By Associated Press
The Swiss voted on Sunday to ease the restrictions for citizenship on third-generation immigrants. Here's a glance at how countries across Europe handle citizenship and birthright issues for immigrants of the first, second or third generation.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
The U.S. government mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants who had pending deportation orders from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud, according to a Homeland Security audit released Monday.
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