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Illegal Immigrants Crossing U.S. Border At Record Rate

Nov 23, 2015 01:46 PM EST

Since Oct. 1, nearly 25,000 illegal immigrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala have been caught trying to cross the border.

President Obama and Donald Trump

President Obama Says Trump's 'Deportation Force' Is An Unrealistic Immigration Plan

Nov 13, 2015 03:21 AM EST

"I have no idea where Mr. Trump thinks the money's gonna come from," President Obama said.


Half Of Illegal Immigrants In California Are Poor And Eligible For Medi-Cal Expansion, Study Finds

Nov 11, 2015 03:17 PM EST

The report found that as much as 60 percent of the 3 million undocumented immigrants living in the nation's largest state do not currently have insurance, and 51 percent of the total illegal immigrant population is impoverished.


Senate Democrats Block Bill That Would Stop Federal Funding To Sanctuary Cities

Oct 20, 2015 05:11 PM EDT

Senators voted 54-45 on the procedural measure to end debate on the sanctuary city legislation.


Audit For Medicare Shows $30 Million Spent On Undocumented Ambulance Rides

Sep 29, 2015 02:03 PM EDT

A federal audit has revealed a few discrepancies, one being $30 Million spent on undocumented ambulance rides.


3 Illegal Immigrants Charged With Murder, Gun Possession

Sep 06, 2015 03:05 PM EDT

Three young men, all believed to be illegal aliens, are being held in connection to a 17-year-old boy's murder.

President Barack Obama

Obama's Expected Action For Illegal Immigrants Could Expand Executive Power Like Never Before Seen

Nov 18, 2014 05:27 PM EST

Any day now, President Barack Obama is expected to impose unilateral executive action to remove the threat of deportation from millions of undocumented illegal immigrants, and in doing so, the authority of the executive branch will be expanded as never before seen, according to The Washington Post. That's a slippery slope.


Virginia Town Accused of Housing Discrimination After Saying No To Illegal Immigrants

Oct 02, 2014 10:27 AM EDT

The small town of Lawrenceville, Virginia is the target of a housing discrimination complaint after the townspeople protested against a government decision to house up to 500 immigrants in a local college.