What’s to like, and loathe, in the new action on immigration reform from President Obama.
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Longtime immigration attorney Dan Kowalski explains what to expect tomorrow when President Barack Obama unveils his executive action on immigration.
The House Republican leadership fails to pass emergency supplemental bill for influx of unaccompanied minors from Central America
At Austin’s Paramount Theatre today, President Barack Obama seemed to be straining from the weight of a system that’s not working as well as it used to.
Blake Farenthold, the tea party congressman from Corpus Christi, has settled into a routine where distraction is just part of the job.
A new Investigation by the Department of Homeland Security Does Little to Explain Spate of Fatal Shootings and Beatings by Border Patrol Agents.
On Tuesday morning, Veronica Ayala, 33, stood next to her three-year old son Damian in a parking lot across the street from the J.J. […]
In early May, Ruben Villarreal, Mayor of Rio Grande City, channeled the frustration of many residents in Starr and Hidalgo counties, where a proposed […]
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators released their comprehensive immigration reform bill late Tuesday. It’s thrilling to finally see a reform bill which looks like it has some momentum come out of Congress—until you see the first section devoted to border security, which is like a kick in the gut for border communities.
Last Thursday Bill Clinton turned on that old Clinton charm, which seems to work on everyone but his wife, to lend his support to Democratic state Rep. Pete Gallego in his congressional race.