Even many Republicans are challenging a controversial study from the conservative Heritage Foundation claiming immigration reform will cost $6.3 trillion.
Last week the energy drink company Monster sued the city of San Francisco after it tried to force restriction onto the company. Now, San Francisco is fighting back with a lawsuit of their own.
The Congress this week opens its first debate in six years on a comprehensive immigration reform bill, testing whether business and labor groups can hold together on a delicately crafted deal that already is under attack.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch now trails Mark Sanford by a single point a day before the special House election in South Carolina tomorrow.
Granting legal status to 11 million undocumented foreigners living in the United States would significantly add to government budget deficits, according to a study released on Monday by the conservative Heritage Foundation.
The last time that a major groundswell of opposition took place regarding a widesweeping bill designed to fix the nation's immigration laws, the bill was defeated soundly by the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate of 2007.
Former Arizona CongresswomanGabrielle Giffords received the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Sunday, asking the U.S. Congress to act more courageously on the issue of gun control.
Immigration authorities would give preference to better-educated and trained visa-seekers who can contribute to the Americaneconomy under a less-noticed provision of the immigration bill in the Congress.
President Barack Obama will travel on Thursday to Austin, Texas, the first stop in a new series of day trips designed to draw attention to policies and programs that help spur the economy, and build support for his economic policies, the White House said on Sunday.
One of the world's most respected financial minds Sunday called for Washington to adopt what he called "a more logical immigration policy" in order to help the U.S. workforce attract more bright talents from abroad.
Still smarting from jokes about Florida's inability to run statewide elections, Florida lawmakers approved a package of revisions on Friday to give voters more time and locations to cast their ballots.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has appointed veteran U.S. diplomat James Dobbins as Washington's new special envoy to Afghanistan andPakistan, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said on Friday.
Florida legislators, following a trend among states bouncing back from the national recession, adopted a record $74.5 billion spending plan on Friday and adjourned their 2013 lawmaking session.
Perhaps it’s just necessary political optimism, but President Obama says he believes the bipartisan immigration reform bill currently being debated in the Senate can also pass the House of Representatives.
President Barack Obama signaled on Friday that a proposal to add a same-sex partnership measure to an immigration overhaul should not be allowed to derail the entire legislative effort.