Speaking today in Santa Monica, California in front of a group of mostly tech entrepreneurs, President Obama proceeded to attack the Republican party's stance on immigration reform.
According to a recent report published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, last year saw a record number of deportations from the U.S., with 438,421 deportations in total.
Immigration activists have been hounding President Barack Obama at some of his recent public appearances.
Governor Jerry Brown has already made headlines by making California the first state to ban one-use plastic bags and is now tackling an even more controversial platform. Tuesday the governor signed three bills designed to reform California immigration policies.
Washington, D.C. police made several arrests on Monday when protesters made up of primarily undocumented mothers gathered outside of the Democratic National Committee's headquarters.
With the Midterm Elections only months away, immigration reform is poised to be one of the most important topics.
It was announced this week that approximately 115,000 people in America will no longer have coverage under Obamacare at the end of this month because of lack of prooof of valid citizenship or immigration status, according to the U.S. government.
During his first official visit to the U.S., Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has been speaking out about the need for diversity with U.S. immigration reform policies, and said those who reject diversity and inclusion when it comes to immigration reform will ultimately be "proven wrong."
Accesso Latino, a website geared toward Latinos living in the United States, aims to instruct recent immigrants in jobs and trades, as well as provide immigration information.
Arizona has more applications for federal work permit protections than any other state. Is it because of its anti-illegal immigration laws?
By early September, President Obama could decide if he will grant work permits or other immigration reform effort, while Republicans continue to talk about possible impeachment.
There could be a way for more immigrants to get visas to work in the U.S. if a push from the tech industry proves successful.
As lawmakers deadlock on immigration reform, the president is likely to issue an executive action after the summer. But is impeachment likely to follow?
As Congress gets ready for a summer break, GOP lawmakers continue to rework an immigration bill that remains stalled.
Nineteen years ago a couple of sisters in Veracruz, Mexico committed an unselfish act of kindness that completely changed their lives as well as benefited thousands of Central and South American immigrants making their way northward to the United States. The Romero Vasquez sisters had bought bread and milk for their family breakfast and were on their way home nearly two decades ago. As they made their way, they came to a stop at the local train tracks, waiting to cross. When the train came by, groups of immigrants riding in and on the train cried out to the sisters that they were hungry.
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The superhero movie "Deadpool" has crushed box-office records despite the restricted rating (Rated R) given to the film.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.