President Trump is considering sending a new round of troops to the southern border to install more concertina wire.
Vast changes in America and technology have dramatically altered the way the census is conducted. But the accuracy of the once-a-decade population count is at the heart of the Supreme Court case over the Trump administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The 432-bed annex is privately run and has fallen under criticism for disease outbreaks and shrouding information.
The president's threat to send detained immigrants to "sanctuary cities" as retaliation could end up doing migrants a favor: The plan would put thousands of immigrants in cities that are not only welcoming to them, but also more likely to rebuff federal officials carrying out deportation orders.
The use and sale of marijuana for adults is broadly permitted in 10 states. More than 30 states allow a variety of marijuana-based products for medical purposes.
Gov. Polis says he won't interfere with the relationship between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities — a stance that is likely to disappoint immigration advocates and some state lawmakers.
Sen. Bennet Was Mad On The Senate Floor Again Ahead Of A Vote Overturning President Trump's National Emergency Declaration
The Republican-run Senate rejected President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southwest border on Thursday, setting up a veto fight.
A rare tour offered to journalists aimed to demonstrate how ICE was responding to a public health crisis. U.S. Rep Jason Crow and Aurora council members have been demanding such a tour to no avail.
The Senate Finance Committee voted 5-2 to advance the bill, which agriculture industries and immigrant rights advocates both support.
State lawmakers plan to introduce various pieces of legislation that would disrupt ICE procedures, such as banning sheriffs from holding immigrants at the agency's request.