House Republicans voted Thursday to block President Obama's immigration executive actions.
The President unveiled his plan allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. legally. Tracie Potts reports.
President Obama is expected to lay out his executive order on immigration Thursday night.
President Obama will announce new executive actions on immigration reform during a visit to Las Vegas on Thursday. Steve Handelsman reports.
Nearly half of Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama’s expected plan to take executive action that would potentially allow millions of undocumented immigrants to stay legally in the United States.
The President is asking congress for close to four billion dollars in emergency funds for the flood of young illegal immigrants.
Politicians speak out about the growing immigration crisis on our Southern border.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says illegal immigrants should be sent back to their home countries as soon as they cross the US border.
The day after he declared immigration reform dead, president Barak Obama ran into the realities of trying to fix, on his own, a system flooded by the new wave of children arriving from poor and violent nations like Honduras and Guatemala.
Buried within the 844 pages of the bipartisan immigration bill are pet provisions of the senators who crafted it.
Immigration reform bill would remove threat of deportation for 11-million immigrants.
A big week on Capitol Hill could be coming as compromise may help bring immigration and gun control legislation up for a vote.
Eight Senators have come to an agreement on the immigration debate.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer demands federal government prove immigrants released from ICE detention aren't a criminal threat.
As the White House works on Immigration, Gun Control, and the Budget, it remains unclear which issue will take center stage.
Alan Aleman, a student described as a "poster child" for immigration reform, is attending the State of the Union at the invitation of the White House.
Lawmakers and the President will start to hammer out differences in their immigration plans.
President Obama today delivered a speech in Las Vegas on immigration reform.
Hours before President Obama is set to deliver a major immigration speech, a key Republican senator blasted the president for reportedly opposing a requirement to shore up border security before legalizing up to 11 million illegal immigrants.
If Congress drags their feet, the White House has a plan for immigration reform.