As the immigration debate continues to evolve, some states are denying children of undocumented immigrants government grants and tuition loans offered to low-income students to help pay for college. Lee Hochberg reports on how undocumented students are coping.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Texas does not have to reopen the case of a Mexican national on death row, rebuking President Bush, and heard arguments in a terrorism detainee rights case. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle explains…
Although economic cooperation and the war on terror topped the agenda of President Bush's two-day summit with the leaders of Canada and Mexico, debate over the direction of the U.S. border security policy continues to play a large role in…
The new book "Antonio's Gun and Delfino's Dream" features true stories about Mexican immigration into the United States. Its author, Sam Quinones, discusses his work and the larger immigration debate.
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The Bush administration said Friday that it would temporarily relax rules requiring passports for U.S. citizens traveling by air to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean because of long waits in processing passports.
In a speech Monday in Arizona, President Bush called on Congress to revive immigration reform efforts, touting an approach to secure America's borders and resolve the status of illegal immigrants. Past and current Arizona lawmakers share their reactions.
Americans with family in Cuba have long struggled with restrictions that limit travel back home, among other issues. With Democrats in charge of Congress and Fidel Castro relinquishing power to his brother, a change in U.S. policy toward Cuba could…
As his tour of Latin America concluded, President Bush pledged to work to change U.S. immigration laws and said immigration reform legislation could be completed by Congress this year. Analysts discuss the prospects of passing such a bill.
President Bush visited Mexico on Tuesday, the last stop on his five-country tour of Latin America, and vowed to push Congress to change U.S. immigration policies. Two regional experts discuss the president's visit and the future of Mexican trade and…
Mexican President Felipe Calderon has proposed a 12 percent increase in public security spending and ordered 10,000 soldiers transferred to the polic force in efforts to crack down on crime and drug trafficking. Saul Gonzalez of KCET-Los Angeles reports.
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