America is not under siege.
A higher non-response rate among illegal immigrants is a goal to be celebrated, not some minor potential side effect to be lamented, Kris Kobach, David Vitter, and other would-be gerrymanderers stress.
The Justice Department wants to block three laws that it says hamper immigration enforcement.
Indefinite detention carried the day in
Jennings v. Rodriguez, but the ruling affirms an important principle that may eventually kill the practice.
The president's plan would slash legal immigration by as much as half, the most drastic cut in nearly a century.
The federal "shutdown" doesn't lead to anarchy. It won't even lead to less government spending.
With deportations on the rise, hundreds of houses of worship are joining the resistance.
Motel 6 sued for passing names along to ICE.
Kosher meatpacking magnate Sholom Rubashkin's prosecution and sentence had long generated cross-partisan outrage.
The concern about radicalization by Muslims in the U.S. is a red herring intended to make Americans distrust foreigners and immigration in general.
The North American Butterfly Association says Border Patrol agents have harassed employees and damaged property at the National Butterfly Center.
The war on immigration has taken a great toll on unauthorized aliens, its targets. But it is also badly affecting Americans themselves, its intended beneficiaries.
The president did not need Venezuela and North Korea to make his order constitutional.
The data don't match the attorney general's attacks on sanctuary cities.
The bill offers many, many exemptions.
State cannot force local police to serve as immigration agents and detain people for the feds.
The president admires strong men who break the law to enforce it.