An obscure section of Trump's executive order on border security will give local law enforcement agencies the power to enforce federal immigration laws.
Farmers can't find enough native-born Americans to pick crops.
Mass deportations would undermine local economies, militarize our cities and cost a fortune.
Despite a year advocating mass deportations, he has not convinced anyone—even Republicans—to flip to his side.
Now we can have a real debate on border security instead of babbling about something untenable: sending 11 million undocumented immigrants home.
Gang of Eight! Poison Pill! Also -- Jeb!
For the first time, undocumented immigrants can apply for driver's licenses in California.
Corrections Corporation of America has been sued by the ACLU and inmates for its mistreatment of detainees.
If they don't like it, they can "pass a bill," the president said in an interview broadcast Sunday on ABC's "This Week."
After years of waiting for immigration reform, reactions to the president's speech are all over the map.