Immigration

The legislation puts Biden on track to deliver on a major campaign promise important to Latino voters and other immigrant communities.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce the legislation on immigration on his first day in office.
Rep. Joaquin Castro and Sen.-designate Alex Padilla want immigrants working on the front lines of COVID-19 to get the chance to become U.S. citizens.
From inciting violence to separating families, the repercussions of the Trump administration’s policies and rhetoric will be felt for a long time.
A watchdog report reveals more about the involvement of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his then-top deputy, Rod Rosenstein.
The coronavirus pandemic has both highlighted and worsened racial, social and economic inequalities in the United States. In 2020, activists took to the streets to demand justice against police brutality, anti-immigrant policies and more.
The decision is not a final ruling on the legality of Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census.
Detainees at Bergen County Jail have described rat infestations, undrinkable water and a high-risk environment for spreading COVID-19.
A delay of even three weeks would mean the Census Bureau would be turning in the numbers to a new president.
The challengers said Trump’s plan would weaken the political power of states with larger numbers of illegal immigrants.