Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Thursday that illegal immigrants are taking advantage of "loopholes" found in current immigration law that allow them to enter the country and stay.
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A town near Chicago voted this week to ban assault weapons, such as the AR-15 rifle, along with high-capacity magazines.
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A New York sheriff is the first in his state to sign up for part of an ICE program that trains local law enforcement officials to vet immigration offenders they encounter and process them at the federal level.
A grassroots organization is introducing a ballot initiative to repeal the laws that protect illegal immigrants.
The manager and spokesman for golfer Tiger Woods are disputing some of the information about the star in a new biography, saying the book is "littered with egregious errors."
Abby Huntsman chatted with Eric and Lara Trump - and their son Luke - at the White House's 140th annual Easter Egg Roll Monday morning.
Dan Bongino was highly critical of the reported caravan of more than 1,000 illegal immigrants traveling from Central America to America, calling the situation "complete, total, utter chaos."
A sheriff in Texas on Friday touted President Donald Trump's proposed border wall and his efforts to stymie illegal immigration, saying America "should secure our borders by the best means possible. We can do this."