President Donald Trump promised the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program would be canceled during his presidency. Advocates and law enforcement are preparing for a world where hopeful Americans are no longer shielded from deportation.
President Donald Trump promised the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program would be canceled during his presidency. Advocates and law enforcement are preparing for a world where hopeful Americans are no longer shielded from deportation.read more
As demonstrators gathered at the Supreme Court, Congressional Democrats promised legislation to overturn the executive order.
About two dozen veterans who rallied outside the Capitol Thursday demanded that Trump provide exemptions from the travel ban to local fixers, friends and other U.S. allies who helped veterans survive the Iraq.
The first Muslim elected to Congress and the Muslim-American father of an Army officer who died saving soldiers in Iraq called the Trump administraion’s executive order that singled out citizens of Libya, Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, for special screening a malicious attack on religious freedom.read more
The Council on American-Islamic Relations saysPresident Donald Trump’s immigration ban on Muslims amounts to fear-mongering and is suing to block it.read more
Rep. Kathleen Rice, a New York Democrat, said the Trump administration executive order is “un-American” and promised that House Democrats would push back.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel vowed to defy the executive order on sanctuary cities even if the city loses the federal money. He declined to comment on the amount of funds Chicago stands to lose.
Immigration advocates as well as critics agree that serious flaws in the Citizenship and Immigration Services’ electronic application screening system might lead to a drop in green cards and citizenship.
Starting next month, Costa Rica, in partnership with the United States, will begin to tackle an ongoing problem – the spiraling U.S.-bound migration through the small Central American country.
Heading into the stretch run of the presidential election campaign, former President Bill Clinton, on behalf of a certain Democratic presidential nominee, tapped into a voting bloc that is rapidly growing yet all too often left out of the political process – Asian Americans.
Various people and protesters gathered in downtown Cleveland during the weeklong Republican National Convention, from July 20 to 23. Here are a couple highlights from the event. All stories originally appeared on USATODAY.com during the week of the convention. Members...
A Medill News Service reporter from Fermo, Italy, talks to his former neighbors about the attack that has given the town a label as racist.
The Santuary Cities Bill would have blocked federal funding for those cities with policies in place to not cooperate with federal immigrations officials in certain deportation cases.
WASHINGTON - Unity was the common theme stressed at the “African Voices and Votes” town hall held at the Voice of America headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. With the election season coming up, African leaders on the panel encouraged the African diaspora in...