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No one has the right to make any of us feel afraid because of the incitement of hate and acts of terror. The overwhelming majority of people only want to live in peace. We do not want our children and grandchildren to live in fear.
Leading up to the debate, we've heard much rhetoric from Republican presidential hopefuls that feeds into negative, untrue stereotypes of undocumented individuals.
Dreamers aren't going to give up, said Cesar Vargas, a co-director of the advocacy group Dream Action Coalition and a would
So far, 81 DACA recipients have applied to enlist in the Army, all of whom speak a language that would make them eligible
"Today, while the entire country is looking for solutions to our broken immigration system -- which must include a path to
The judge, Andrew Hanen of Brownsville, Texas, sided with the states in his injunction that the programs would be "virtually
WASHINGTON -- With just weeks remaining before the Department of Homeland Security runs out of money, a nonpartisan coalition
McCaul spoke to conservative members on Wednesday afternoon at a Republican Study Committee meeting, and told reporters afterward
In Lebanon, Pennsylvania, about 15 miles from the retreat, one of those undocumented immigrants, 48-year-old Guadalupe Barba
Democrats are pushing forward with efforts to get eligible undocumented immigrants signed up for the reprieve. Rep. Luis
Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.), who supports the plan, said only a small group of House Republicans had expressed concern about
While Boehner said a DHS funding fight over immigration wouldn't harm national security, other GOP members questioned the
"We have the potential to move into next year, I think, with the commitment to do something," he told reporters. "We're going
That could complicate the administration's efforts to go on the offense. Certainly, Obama, Democrats and advocates have work
Furthermore, the House immigration debate could unfold as a seasonal spike of illegal migration from Central America gets
The White House issued a veto threat for the House bill on Thursday, saying it "would have devastating consequences" for
Republicans have vowed to fight against the executive actions on immigration, and some are pushing for language in funding
After waiting more than 500 days for the House of Representatives to take up the comprehensive immigration reform bill passed by the Senate, the President called us back to those values and used his authority to protect children and parents. Thank you, Mr. President, for taking some important steps to make our nation stronger.
The announcement will cause mayhem on the Hill, as Republicans threaten lawsuits, a showdown over funding the government
Paul appeared to rule out the threat of a government shutdown when asked if Republicans should use funding for the government