Senators on Thursday blocked four different proposals dealing with immigration reform after President Trump slammed one plan as “a total catastrophe.”
In her "Angle" monologue Tuesday night, Laura Ingraham called out Democrats for claiming that illegal immigrants help the U.S. by doing the jobs that Americans won't -- or can't -- do.
Senator Tom Cotton said his bill is the "best and final offer" on the subject and the only legislation that President Donald Trump will sign into law.
Controversial feminist and pro-Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour issued a warning to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) as Congress debates immigration reform.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke for a record eight hours on the House floor Wednesday, urging the House to take up a bill on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ill.) said the death of Indianapolis Colts player Edwin Jackson reinforces the need for comprehensive immigration reform.
The White House dismissed Monday a bipartisan immigration proposal from Senators John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.) that would not fund President Trump's long-promised border wall.
President Donald Trump said in his State of the Union address that illegal immigration must be curtailed, and programs like the visa lottery and chain migration must be ended.
On "The Story" on Tuesday night, an "Angel Mom" said Democrat lawmakers need to stop importing, protecting and providing for illegal immigrants, and instead focus on the well-being of American citizens.
A Democratic strategist said on Fox Business Network that deporting DACA recipients would be akin to the 19th Century Native American "Trail of Tears."
President Donald Trump's immigration framework has received criticism from both the left and the right, but Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) thinks Trump's proposal hit a "brilliant sweet spot."
Economist and actor Ben Stein ripped sanctuary cities, saying their position is akin to effectively seceding from the Union by openly violating federal immigration laws.