Enrique Peña Nieto is the first Mexican president in more than half a century not to be honored with a state visit to the United States - reflecting how far relations have fallen between the United States and America’s most important bilateral partner.
Fresh off his electoral defeat, Rep. Kevin Yoder could end up getting credit as the guy who helped President Donald Trump build his long-promised wall along the border with Mexico. The coming weeks will be key for the Kansas Republican’s legacy.
In Miami-Dade, where more than half of its almost 2.6 million residents are foreign born, immigrant rights groups and members of the South Florida congressional delegation — most notably Republicans — were quick to reject Trump’s plan.
Many Hispanics disapprove of the job President Donald Trump is doing and identify more closely with the Democratic Party, but trends show that sentiment may not lead to votes, a Pew Research Center survey found.
With crucial midterm elections three weeks away and the GOP threatened in the House, President Trump returns to immigration, injecting fear and national security into the campaign as many of his policy measures have yet to take hold.
League of United Latin American Citizens President Domingo Garcia says he plans to meet with Texas Sen. John Cornyn to discuss, among other things, finding a solution to keep DACA recipients in the country.
Vice President Mike Pence will speak Thursday at the second security conference with leaders of Mexico and Central America on ongoing concerns about illegal immigration, corruption and drug trafficking.
The Trump administration agreed to allow tens of thousands — if not hundreds of thousands — of Canadian engineers, doctors and nurses working in the United States to keep their visas as part of a new trade pact, a revision of NAFTA.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office warned in April that ICE has consistently underestimated the cost of running its detention program. Two months later, the Trump administration asked Rep. Kevin Yoder to sign off on another $200 million for the agency.