Federal authorities say two motel managers enslaved an Indian immigrant for more than a year in western Nebraska, forcing him to work without pay and abusing him.
The Republican approach to immigration is shifting as the 2018 midterm elections loom.
Allowing 2 million illegal immigrant “Dreamers” to remain in the U.S. would cost taxpayers $25.9 billion over the next decade, the Congresssional Budget Office says in a report released Friday.
Bangladeshis living in New York City worry they will pay a price after an immigrant from Bangladesh detonated a bomb in the subway system.
President Trump’s administration is preventing two teen illegal immigrants from having an abortion, the American Civil Liberties Union said Friday, a repeat of the situation that led to a high-profile court fight earlier this year.
The White House is embarking on a major campaign to turn public opinion against the nation’s largely family-based immigration system ahead of an all-out push next year to move toward a more merit-based structure.
The Latest on a man accused of setting off a pipe bomb in the New York City subway system: (all times local): 3 p.m.
One of the jurors who last month found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty of murdering Kate Steinle defended his decision, calling the 2015 shooting “a freak accident.”
The Latest on the blast in the New York City subway system (all times local): 8:20 a.m.
A 41-year-old illegal Vietnamese immigrant in San Francisco was found guilty on Monday of the 2012 slaughter a family of five with a hammer after losing money at a casino on the night of the massacre, facing life in prison.
In a 5-4 vote Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the Trump administration’s request to withhold documents related to its decision to end the Obama-era DACA program.
A couple who came to New Jersey from Mexico 30 years ago have been deported, leaving their three children behind.
Federal officials filed a new set of immigration and gun charges against Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the illegal immigrant found not guilty last week in the murder of Kate Steinle.
The Nov. 18 death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Rogelio Martinez, found in a culvert with extensive head trauma, underscores a year that saw a dramatic spike in attacks against agents and the changing culture among those attempting to illegally enter the United States through Mexico.
U.S. immigration authorities detained last week an illegal Mexican immigrant after he was featured in newspapers following his girlfriend’s immigration arrest in June.
Spanish-language broadcasting in the U.S. is losing one of its most prominent figures as Maria Elena Salinas retires from Univision News after more than three decades of blending the role of anchor and advocate.
A Mexican man who spoke with reporters about his longtime girlfriend’s immigration arrest has now been detained himself, and he says agents told him it’s because he was in the newspaper.
Steinle was only 32 when she was shot and killed in July 2015 by a bullet fired by illegal alien Jose Ines Garcia Garcia Zarate, who had a record of seven felony convictions and five previous deportations.
The hashtag was trending on Twitter in the wake of a controversial trial that found Jose Inez Garcia Zarate not guilty of murdering Kate Steinle on a pier in San Francisco in July 2015.
Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was found not guilty on Thursday of killing Kate Steinle in 2015. Here’s what you need to know about Steinle and the case.
Associated Press photojournalist Alan Diaz, whose coverage of a 6-year-old Cuban boy named Elian Gonzalez earned him the Pulitzer Prize, is retiring after 17 years.
Thursday’s not-guilty verdict in the trial over Kate Steinle’s murder even has San Francisco’s left-leaning newspaper saying justice was not served.
The illegal immigrant accused of murdering Kate Steinle in July 2015 on a pier in San Francisco was found not guilty on Thursday night.
For the first time, the White House said, the federal government has counted the green cards issued between 2005 and 2015 to migrants admitted through family preference, or as immediate relatives of migrants already admitted into the country in perhaps the fullest portrait of “chain migration” ever developed.