Belize and Samoa are also set to be excluded from a list of more than 80 countries whose citizens can apply for visas often used by seasonal farm or hotel workers.
This administration, like its post-Cold War predecessors, has one way out of the crisis: real negotiations.
Jorge Garcia is too old to qualify for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. His deportation is a heart-wrenching example of the Trump administration's immigration policies in action.
Trump is preparing to slash or eliminate the year’s first contribution and make future donations contingent on major changes to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says as many as 95,000 people could lose Medicaid benefits, either for failing to comply with the new rules or because they make too much money.
Since U.S. commandos went to war in 2001, the size of Special Operations Command has doubled. As its numbers have grown, so has its global reach.
The attorney general's announcement about freeing federal prosecutors to go after marijuana operations in states where it is legal has provoked strong bipartisan opposition.
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.
State governors and lawmakers are assessing the effects of tax reform. Some are grappling with how to protect their constituents.
Officials, environmental groups and oil industry analysts say the state has solid regulatory and legal means to block new drilling off its coast.