One battle has ended on the front of the immigration reform debate, but pro-immigration advocates are looking to bolster their support as the immigration reform bill prepares to head to the full U.S. Senate.
After days of debate, the Senate Judiciary Committee took a major step Tuesday in making comprehensive immigration reform into law by passing the compromise bill by a large majority.
The road to passing a immigration reform bill continues to hit some potential roadblocks with gay rights groups pushing harder for gay-friendly amendments while a new group has joined the ranks of those opposing the bill.
After weeks of debating the proposed immigration bill, the Senate Judiciary Committee may be ready to put it to a vote this week.
If the stats to a new study are any indication, passing immigration reform could provide a huge boost to the U.S. housing market in less than a decade.
Nearly a month after twin explosions at the Boston Marathon killed three and wounded nearly 200, it appears that a new amendment inspired by the bombings could be a part of the proposed immigration reform bill in Washington.
For the first time since at least 1850, U.S. population growth will soon be due mostly to immigration, according to a new report from the Census Bureau.
The proposal to add in a biometric tracking system for tracking the comings and goings of foreigners entering the U.S. was defeated by a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators Tuesday.
In an announcement that could signal bad tidings for immigration reform, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., stated on Monday that he would pull back from supporting the immigration bill his bipartisan U.S. Senate panel drew up if it includes language supporting same-sex couples.
Despite the Republican Party's failure to appeal to minorities, conservative pundit Pat Buchanan thinks that the GOP should focus on attracting even more white votes by using the Southern Strategy.
Much debate has continued in Washington regarding the immigration proposal designed to update the nation's immigration laws, and both advocates and opponents of the bill have drawn their lines in the sand over whether immigration reform constitutes "amnesty."
The bipartisan U.S. Senate panel's proposed bill that would bring about comprehensive immigration reform survived its first major test Thursday during its first day of consideration before the Senate Judiciary Committee, one that was largely split on the bill.
While the debate on immigration reform in Washington rages on, Vice President Joe Biden called for legislators to get a bill passed on immigration reform by the end of the summer.
A flurry of potentially impactful amendment requests to the proposed immigration bill from the bipartisan U.S. Senate panel were filed on Tuesday.
Following the release of a report from a conservative think tank placing the cost of immigration reform to be around $6 trillion, some Republicans criticized the group and the study, implying the study was a scare tactic to spook Republicans away from passing immigration legislation.