Supreme Court hears case on DACA

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, protests erupted, as the nine justices heard oral arguments in a case that could determine the future for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. In a memorandum issued by then-Secretary of … Read More

AG Barr Says Nationwide Rulings Are Hampering Trump’s Agenda

Attorney General William Barr is taking aim at judges who issue rulings blocking nationwide policies. FILE – In this April 18, 2019, file photo, Attorney General William Barr speaks about the release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert … Read More

Trump Signs Spending Bill, Reversing Veto Threat and Avoiding Government Shutdown

WASHINGTON — President Trump, hours after threatening to veto a $1.3 trillion spending bill and throwing the capital into turmoil, signed it into law on Friday, yielding to advisers and Republican leaders who urged him against manufacturing a government shutdown … Read More

Trump Threatens Shutdown as Negotiators Close In on Budget Deal

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WASHINGTON — President Trump called on Tuesday for shutting down the federal government if Congress does not crack down on illegal immigration, even as congressional negotiators closed in on a major budget deal that would set spending levels for two … Read More

Trump team unveils new immigration framework with path to citizenship for DREAMers

WASHINGTON — A White House proposal on immigration will contain a path to citizenship for up to 1.8 million young people brought into the United States as children as part of a package that also includes $25 billion for a … Read More

Government Shutdown Ends After 3 Days of Recriminations

Both houses of Congress easily approved the short-term funding bill to end the government shutdown, though the votes revealed fissures among Democrats. CreditGabriella Demczuk for The New York Times   WASHINGTON — Congress brought an end to a three-day government shutdown … Read More

California and Trump administration square off in latest battles over immigration

Standing near a 7-Eleven in Boyle Heights on Thursday morning, Roberto Pedraza hawked tamales and cups of champurrado, the Mexican hot drink, out of insulated jugs stationed on top of plastic crates. He knew the store chain had been a … Read More