But for those who want to see less immigration, making it harder for employers to hire undocumented immigrants is one place to start. In Houston, restaurant advocates say immigrants do the work that native-born workers will not.
When news that Daniel Ramirez Medina was detained in Seattle became public this week, a shiver went up the spines of hundreds of thousands of people. Juan Escalante says the fear is really — but it's time to prepare.
Federal authorities had previously granted Guadalupe Garcia permission to stay in the US. There is a federal civil rights case against Phoenix’s former sheriff and the types of raids that she was swept up in.
Millennials reject the idea that they are one homogenous group when it comes to politics (and everything else, really), as they become the largest voting group in the US. Here’s what we heard at debate-watching parties in Washington, DC.
When Mexican American cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz heard Donald Trump use the phrase "bad hombres" during the presidential debate, he knew it was going to be one of the lines of the night. Then he got to work.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has earned friends and foes nationwide for his tough stance on illegal immigration. Now, immigrants and their allies in several US states are mobilizing to get him out of office.
Barack Obama made strong action on the global climate crisis a hallmark of his second term. His newly-elected successor Donald Trump says climate change is a hoax. That could mean a rollback of years of hard-won progress on fighting climate change.
President-elect Donald Trump has clarified his threat to deport undocumented immigrants. Early in the campaign he threatened to remove all of an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants. Now he says only those with criminal records will be removed, which he places at two to three million people.
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