Wisconsin farmers say the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown is making it harder to find workers for one of the state’s largest industries and the core of its Cheesehead identity, dairy production.
For the first time, U.S. immigration officials are seeking to deport children who have received a special status for vulnerable migrants and are in the final stages of getting their green cards.
Months before Jared Kushner’s sister was caught in Beijing touting White House ties to lure investors to a controversial visa program, a business partner on the same New Jersey condominium tower was in Shanghai flaunting political connections.
Environmentalists say that turning the border fence into a continuous 40-foot concrete wall would make the bad situation for wildlife only worse.
With two more Trump appointments to come, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will lurch from a Democratic majority to a Republican one. Acting Chairwoman Victoria Lipnic’s voting record shows what is at stake.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to immediately begin plans to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. He’s talked about the wall from day one of his campaign, though the details have varied. We round up some of his statements.
Some current and former border officials say a new vast barrier would do little to help agents secure much of the 1,300 miles of remote border that lack fencing.
Major tech firms have joined thousands of individual tech workers in pledging not to assist the incoming Trump administration with the construction of a mandatory registry of Muslims. But there is one small problem: Such a database already exists, and anyone can buy it for less than $20,000.
One month after Donald Trump’s stunning win to become the next president of the United States, the emboldened Border Patrol union is still celebrating his victory – and its newfound access to power.
U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on Nov. 30 about whether certain criminal and terrorist immigrants, among others subject to mandatory detention, may get a bond hearing after six months in jail.
All through the fall, hopeful marijuana trimmers have poured into California’s Emerald Triangle for coveted jobs. If they haven’t read our investigation, they may not know about the dangers they face. But is anyone doing anything about it?