Following through on a key campaign promise, Trump signs order to freeze and review refugee process -- and ban the entry of all Syrians indefinitely.
By Lisa Desjardins
A look at the Trump campaign's "contract with the American voter" and the actions he has taken in the Oval Office.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar and Julie Pace, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's first executive order targets the sweeping "Obamacare" law by giving federal agencies broad leeway to chip away at the measure.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
No doubt Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have dramatically different approaches on immigration.
The reduced Supreme Court weighed in on two politically charged cases Thursday. Justices confirmed the constitutionality of a college affirmative action program, but deadlocked on President Obama’s executive action protecting millions of unauthorized immigrants from deportation -- thus nullifying the…
By Julie Percha
President Barack Obama unveiled a series of measures to cut gun violence. But amid the news today, many critics ignored the nuance in his choice of words. The president referred to these measures as executive actions, not executive orders. Why?…
By Kevin McGill, Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS -- A federal appeals court has ruled against President Barack Obama's plan to protect an estimated 5 million people living in the United States illegally from deportation.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, hundreds of people broke through Hungarian police lines near the Serbian border to walk on the main highway to Budapest. Meanwhile, European leaders debated how to handle the new wave of refugees. Also, President Obama…
By PBS NewsHour
President Obama will give a prime-time address to announce his plan to shield up to 5 million immigrants from deportation, setting up a potential confrontation with the Republican-led Congress over immigration reform and executive authority. Gwen Ifill gets debate on…
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
"The question is how broadly can the president extend the categories and still stay on the side of spectrum of ensuring the laws are faithfully executed?" said Cristina Rodriguez, who left the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel in 2013…
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