While she spoke, immigration activists joined liberals threatening political retribution against the congressional Democrats who abandoned the strategy of demanding that a budget deal be paired with an immigration deal.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
John Kelly added the government would not start deporting "Dreamers" who don't have criminal records. "They are not a priority for deportation," he told reporters.
The president commented during a White House roundtable on the MS-13 gang, where he also blasted the "stupidity" of U.S. immigration law.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 3, President Trump claims vindication over the controversial congressional memo, and a DACA recipient and lawyer defends undocumented immigrants. Also, the dairy trade emerges as a major point of contention in NAFTA negotiations between…
Nearly 800,000 DACA recipients are waiting for Congress to reach a decision on the future of the program that has protected them from deportation. Immigration lawyer Luis Cortes, who spends his days defending “Dreamers,” is one of them. NewsHour Weekend’s…
By PBS NewsHour, Michael Rios
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders says the U.S. is moving very rapidly into an oligarchy, and his goal is to rally Americans around a progressive agenda The senator, who offered one of several responses to President Trump’s State of the Union,…
By Student Reporting Labs
In California, home to the largest number of undocumented students enrolled in public school, many are scared they may not reach graduation amid political uncertainty over DACA protections. But an increasing number of educators are getting training to become Dreamer…
By Karen Matthews, Associated Press
U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis told Justice Department lawyers that President Trump's "drumbeat" of statements and tweets about immigrants from Mexico and other countries are relevant to the case.
President Donald Trump is continuing the tradition of inviting special guests to his first State of the Union speech. Here's a guide to Trump's guest list, as well as the guests other lawmakers have invited to the speech Tuesday night.
President Trump’s immigration proposal may offer a path to citizenship for more than 1.8 million DACA recipients, according to the White House. The plan would also request $25 billion for border security and restrict immigration by eliminating the visa lottery…
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