Democrats dismiss the president's plan to end the shutdown as a "non-starter" while conservative firebrand Ann Coulter labels it "amnesty."
The climate of fear is frustrating for law enforcement personnel, who want victims to know they are there to protect women and children.
Mollie Tibbett's dad, Rob, tells mourners that local Hispanics are just "Iowans with better food." His daughter's killing has raised criticisms of U.S. immigration policy after a Mexican farmworker was charged in the death.
“The census is supposed to count everyone,” says Attorney General Maura Healey of Massachusetts. “This is a blatant and illegal attempt by the Trump administration to undermine that goal.”
"The prospects for immigration legislation, big or small, are very, very bleak," concedes the director of one immigrants' rights group in the wake of the Florida school massacre.
Senators deal President Trump an especially galling defeat as more than a quarter of fellow Republicans abandon him on an issue that helped elect him.
The president blames Democrats for an impasse on immigration after the government returns to accepting applications for renewal under a judge's order.
Documents unearthed in a lawsuit against the Kansas secretary of state may explain why the president disbanded a White House commission on voter fraud and assigned its job to the Department of Homeland Security.
Who says Donald Trump lacks subtlety? The way he's raising "birther" questions about his chief rival for the nomination is worthy of Machiavelli.