Facebook Campaign Reuniting Immigrant Families Won't Stop Despite Trump Policy ReversalA California couple who started a Facebook campaign to reunite immigrant families will not stop raising money -- despite President Donald Trump's recent reversal on separating families that cross the US border.
$4,000 A Minute Pours In To Help Reunite Separated Immigrant FamiliesIn less than four days, a California couple has raised more than $5 million -- and counting -- through Facebook to help reunite undocumented families that have been separated at the border.
DHS: 2,000 Children Separated At BorderThe US government has separated at least 2,000 children from parents at the border since implementing a policy that results in such family separations.
Sessions Says Border Crossers Will Face ProsecutionU.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday that the Department of Homeland Security had agreed to refer anyone who enters the United States illegally on the Mexican border to his office for prosecution.
Historic Immigration Debate To Grip SenateThe Senate is set to begin debating immigration Monday evening, and in a rare occurrence for the upper chamber of Congress, no one is quite sure how that will go.
Shutdown Less Likely As Senate Closes In On Budget AgreementBuoyed by the sudden likelihood of a budget pact, lawmakers are on track avoid a repeat of last month's government shutdown — though President Donald Trump unexpectedly raised the possibility of closing things down again if he can't have his way on immigration.
Bay Area Sanctuary Communities Respond To New Pressure From Feds“San Francisco is proud to be a sanctuary city. We’re also in full compliance with federal immigration law,” San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said.
White House Aide Defends Anti-Immigrant Trump Campaign AdWhite House legislative director Marc Short defended Monday a recent re-election campaign ad from President Donald Trump that called Democrats "complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants."