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Apple CEO Tim Cook filed a legal brief to the Supreme Court to protect ‘Dreamers’ from the Trump administration
Apple's Tim Cook and Deirdre O'Brien filed an amicus brief encouraging the Supreme Court to uphold DACA
The House of Representatives just passed a sweeping immigration-reform bill that would provide a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients
The Dream and Promise Act covers more ground than the original DREAM Act that repeatedly failed during the last Congress under Republican control.
Jared Kushner reportedly tried to pitch Republicans on a new immigration plan but couldn’t answer basic questions about it
The president's son-in-law was reportedly unable to answer key questions about the plan, leaving the White House adviser Stephen Miller to explain it.
Sen. Bernie Sanders supports comprehensive immigration reform, not "open borders."
Rapper 21 Savage was just released from ICE custody. Here’s what could happen now that the US is trying to deport him.
The rapper 21 Savage was released from immigration detention on Wednesday, 10 days after he was arrested and placed in deportation proceedings.
Democrats are rejecting Trump’s immigration deal for 3 glaring reasons, and it shows just how far apart the 2 sides still are
The Senate plans to vote on two bills to reopen the government on Thursday, one with border-wall funding and one without. Both are expected to fail.
Trump’s ‘common-sense compromise’ on immigration to end the government shutdown isn’t a compromise at all, critics say
President Donald Trump offered up several immigration proposals on Saturday that Democrats immediately shot down as non-starters.
Trump offered Democrats a limited immigration ‘compromise’ to end the shutdown. Democrats say it’s a ‘hostage taking.’
President Donald Trump is expected to offer Democrats protections for DACA recipients and other undocumented immigrants in exchange for border wall funds.
Trump goes off the rails in freewheeling news conference raging about the shutdown, the border wall, DACA, and Democrats
President Donald Trump told reporters he would consider declaring a "national emergency" to build the wall without congressional approval.
Republicans and Democrats in the Senate cannot work together on immigration, stalling every effort. In the House, where Democratic support is not a necessity, the Republican conference is fractured and unable to pass uniquely different bills.