Paul Ryan opposes deporting young immigrants in AP interview
The House Speaker on Wednesday said that deporting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought into the country illegally is "not in our nation's interest," as he and President Donald Trump prepared to huddle with top Democrats to try to hash out a legislative fix.
EXCLUSIVE: Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he'll "never" apologize to Latinos
Arpaio, who spoke to Univision News two weeks after being pardoned by President Trump, claims he was just "doing his job" when he authorized tactics that led to racial profiling that spread fear among the Latino community in Arizona.
ICE halted mega operation against undocumented immigrants due to hurricanes
Univision News obtained documents showing that ICE planned nationwide raids to detain and deport thousands of undocumented immigrants. 'Operation Epic' was "postponed until further notice" because of Harvey and Irma.
VIDEO: Former sheriff, Joe Arpaio, says he'll "never" apologize to Latinos
Presidents don't usually pardon criminals until they have been sentenced or have at least expressed some regret, but this was not the case with Arpaio, who spoke to Univision News two weeks after being forgiven by his ally, Donald Trump.
Can Congress solve DACA dilemma for Dreamers?
After the Trump administration rescinded the DACA program for young undocumented immigrants the ball is now in Congress' court. By setting a six-month deadline for phasing out DACA the White House added fresh urgency to the issue, which has festered for well over a decade on Capitol Hill.
"We're not going to lose hope," says Dreamer who just graduated from Harvard
Brothers Enrique and Daniel Ramírez, graduates of Harvard and Middlebury College, say they hope to continue to work and study in the U.S. in spite of the announcement that DACA will be terminated. They have grown used to living with uncertainty.
Obama: "These Dreamers are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper"
Obama turned to Facebook on Tuesday to make a lengthy appeal to Congress for action to protect the Dreamers after Trump rescinded the DACA program.
Here are the bills in Congress that seek to give legal status to Dreamers
Legislators from both parties are studying different plans, including the 'Dream Act,' which would grant a green card, or the 'Bridge Act,' which would provide temporary legal status.
Trump terminates DACA program that protects Dreamers, urges Congress to pass legislation
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the government will renew DACA permits until March 5, 2018, on a case-by-case basis, but will not accept any new applications.
Trump appears set to end DACA program for young immigrants
Some 780,000 DACA recipients are in danger of losing their protection from deportation. But Congress could still act to save the program and some states say they will challenge Trump in court.
Houston's Dreamers in the eye of the storm: Hurricane Harvey and the uncertain future of DACA
Three dreamers from Houston recount how they set aside concerns over their immigration status to face the tragedy of a hurricane that devastated their city.
Trump says he will make a decision about DACA later today or this weekend
During a meeting in the Oval office Friday, the president was asked by reporters about the future of DACA, to which he responded that a decision was coming soon. "We love the dreamers, we love everyone," he added.
Harvey’s heroes: immigrant stories
If there is a silver lining to Hurricane Harvey it is surely the remarkable rescue stories and acts of courage and kindness that have emerged. Here are a few examples of how immigrants have helped Houston – and everyone watching the city – cope with catastrophe.
"They gave me wings and now they’re gonna cut them off": 10 Dreamers consider what they’ll do if DACA ends
The five-year-old DACA program has allowed nearly one million young undocumented immigrants to live without fear of deportation. They’ve stepped out of the shadows to work and study, start their own businesses, and access healthcare and bank accounts. Here, in their own words, 10 Dreamers consider the unthinkable: what they’ll do if Trump ends the program.
History of the Dreamer struggle: five years of DACA
They came out of the shadows to seek a law to protect them, the Dream Act, but eventually they were protected by an executive order, DACA. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allowed them to study and have work permits. But the future of the program is uncertain under President Donald Trump.