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Supreme Court deadlocked over DAPA; 4-4 tie, injunction remains in effect:


New York Daily NewsCuomo: Stopping Syrian refugees from coming to U.S. would be like taking down Statue of Liberty
By Erin Durkin, Cameron Joseph, Adam Edelman and Kenneth Lovett

New York Daily NewsRepublican calls for U.S. to scrap plan to allow 10,000 Syrian refugees in grow; House Speaker Ryan to introduce legislation
By Cameron Joseph and Adam Edelman

Wall Street JournalAttorney General Defends Refugee Screening, Concedes Gaps
By Devlin Barrett

Wall Street JournalWhite House Says Syrian Refugees Face Rigorous Screenings
By Miriam Jordan

Roll Call: How Syrian Refugees Get to the United States
By Sean McKinn

Huffington PostHere's Why You Should Stop Worrying About Terrorists Entering The U.S. As Refugees
By Roque Planas

PoliticoChristian groups break with GOP over Syrian refugees
By Nahal Tooshi

Roll CallRefugee Groups Scramble to Defend Syrian Resettlement
By Simone Pathe

ReutersParis attacks reshape U.S. debate on immigration, security
By Richard Cowen and Patricia Zengerle

Washington PostWhat Americans thought of Jewish refugees on the eve of World War II
By Ishaan Tharoor

The HillDem: Denying Syrian refugees the 'reaction ISIS wanted'
By Cristina Marcos

APGov. asks feds to stop placing Syrian refugees in Maryland
By Brian Witte

New York Times11th-Hour Detour Puts Family in Connecticut as Indiana Bars Syrian Refugees
By Liz Robbins

ReutersU.S. refugee advocates urge governors not to 'panic' on Syria
By Scott Malone

APExperts say states lack legal authority to block refugees
By Jeff Karoub and Alicia A. Caldwell

BuzzfeedAdvocates Blast Governors For Creating "Poisonous Atmosphere" for Syrian Refugees
By David Mack

ThinkProgressThis Chart Is The Perfect Rebuttal To Governors Who Won't Take In Syrian Refugees
By Dylan Petrohilos

Arizona RepublicGov. Doug Ducey to hear White House pitch on Syrian refugees
By Ivonne Sanchez

ThinkProgressThese Christian Governors Are Refusing Syrian Refugees. That's Not What Jesus Would Do.
By Esther Lee

APRepublicans Clash Over Refugees as 2016 Looms

New York TimesJeb Bush Urges Caution on Accepting Syrian Refugees
By Ashley Parker

Fox News LatinoJeb Bush says revamping immigration laws could help prevent terrorist attacks

APRepublicans rush to shut borders to Syrian refugees
By Erica Werner

Wall Street JournalHouse Speaker Ryan Calls for 'Pause' in Admitting Syrian Refugees
By Kristina Peterson

PoliticoRyan vows quick action on Syrian refugees
By Jake Sherman

New York TimesNew Radio Ad Hammers Marco Rubio Over Immigration, on Ted Cruz's Behalf
By Maggie Haberman

PoliticoPaul joins rivals hitting Rubio on immigration
By Eliza Collins

Washington PostPro-Cruz super PAC hits Rubio hard on immigration, accusing him of 'amnesty scheme'
By Sean Sullivan

USA TodayHarsh immigration stances don't hurt GOP…yet
By Alan Gomez

Buzzfeed NewsThe Anti-Immigration Activist Who Set The Stage For Donald Trump
By David Noriega

PoliticoUnder 16 and ordered deported – with no lawyer
By David Rogers

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): The Case for Accepting Syrian Refugees
By Ryan Crocker

New York Times (Op-Ed): Euro-Trump
By Thomas Edsall

New York Times (Taking Note): The Vile Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis
By Ernesto Londono

Time (Op-Ed): ISIS Wants Us to Think Refugees Are the Enemy
By Madeleine Albright

Time (Op-Ed): We Must Welcome Refugees-After Screening Them
By Governor Rick Snyder

Washington Post (The Fix): Republicans aren't the only ones worried about Syrian refugees. So are some top Democrats.
By Amber Phillips

Democracy Now (Op-Ed): We are Angry over Death of My Cousin in Paris, As Well As the Deaths of Children in Iraq & Syria
By Miriam Padilla

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Holocaust Museum Sees a U.S. Duty to Syrian Refugees
By Josh Rogin

Bloomberg View (Opinion): What Obama's Immigration Lawsuit Is Really About
By Cass Sunstein

The Hill (Opinion): Decision on Obama's immigration order is politically motivated
By Raul Reyes


WKYCStates ask to turn away Syrian refugees

Fox4KCAs states debate approach, Kansas Governor Brownback vows to block Syrian refugees
By Dave D'Marko

Business InsiderA slew of states are saying they'll refuse Syrian refugees, but they might have 'no legal authority'
By Maxwell Tani

The GazettePresidential candidates forming their immigration policies
By Erin Murphy

TV NewsroomDonald Trump Blasted As 'Immigrant Bashing Carnival Barker'
By Martin O'Malley

Wireless GoodnessHosted 'Saturday Night Live' draws 9.3 million viewers
By Annie Stokes

ReutersU.S. Republicans seek to shut door on Syrian refugees after Paris
By Scott Malone

New York TimesDonald Trump Repeats Call to Inspect Mosques for Signs of Terrorism
By Alan Rappeport

Washington PostRand Paul introduces bill to bar refugees from Syria, subject French citizens to waiting period
By David Weigel

Washington PostJeb Bush on CIR Preventing Paris-Style Attacks

PolitiFactJeb Bush: 'It takes almost a year for a refugee to be processed in the United States'
By Linda Qiu

New York TimesJohn Kasich Shifts His Stand on Accepting Refugees
By Alan Rappeport

The HillRyan requests full briefing on Paris attacks
By Cristina Marcos

Huffington PostGOP Ups Threats To Halt Syrian Refugees After Paris Attacks
By Laura Barron-Lopez

PoliticoSyrian refugee fight sparks government shutdown threat
By Seung Min Kim, Burgess Everett and Jake Sherman

ReutersKey House lawmakers calls on Obama to suspend Syrian immigration plans
By Jonathan Ernst

Roll CallRefugee Funding In Doubt After Paris Attacksv
By Rachel Oswald

Boston GlobeMaggie Hassan is first Democratic governor to call for complete halt of Syrian refugees coming to U.S.
By Nik DeCosta-Klipa

Huffington PostHere's A Running Tally Of The Governors Who Want To Reject Syrian Refugees
By Elise Foley

New York TimesG.O.P. Governors Vow to Close Doors to Syrian Refugees
By Patrick Healy and Julie Bosman

The AtlanticRepublican Governors Refuse Syrian Refugees
By David Graham

USA TodayAfter attacks in Paris, governors refuse to accept Syrian refugees
By Mary Troyan

Washington Post (The Fix)Can states actually prevent Syrian refugees from settling there? And can we admit only Christians?
By Phillip Bump

USA TodayGovernors have little power to block refugees
By Gregory Korte

ThinkProgressNo, State Governors Can't Refuse To Accept Syrian Refugees
By Ian Millhiser

Financial TimesObama criticises Republicans' anti-migrants stance
By Demetri Sevastopulo and Barney Jopso

Los Angeles TimesObama: Religious test like the one Ted Cruz wants for refugees is 'shameful'
By Christi Parsons

Roll CallO'Malley Finds Voice on Foreign Policy After Paris Attacks
By Eli Yokley

PoliticoSanders: We will not turn our backs on Syrian refugees
By Nick Gass

Talking Points MemoCondoleezza Rice: I Get The Security Concerns, But The US Should Accept Refugees
By Sara Jerde

MediaiteFox's Shep Smith Tears Into 'Political Extremists' Refusing Refugees: This Isn't Who We Are
By Andrew Desiderio

NBCYoung American Killed in Paris Was Proud First-Gen Mexican American
By Sandra Lilley

The HillSteve King backs Cruz for 2016
By Ben Kamisar

Dallas Morning NewsTed Cruz wins endorsement from influential Iowa congressman
By Sylvia Lane

BloombergSteve King Predicts Iowa Caucus Landscape Will Change Post Paris
By John McCormick

Politicker NJChristie on Drivers' Licenses for Undocumenteds: 'Dangerous and Irresponsible'
By Max Pizarro

Roll CallPoll Shows GOP Focused on Terrorism, Democrats on the Economy
By Warren Rojas

Associated PressSalvadoran Teens Reunite With Parents Under US Program

New York Times (Editorial)After Paris Attacks, Vilifying Refugees

Wall Street Journal (Editorial)A Syrian Refugee Lesson for Liberals

Washington Post (Opinion)Republicans' xenophobic bidding war
By Dana Milbank

Wall Street Journal (Opinion)Why Closing Borders to Syrian Refugees Won't Stem Terrorist Threats
By Richard Fontaine

New York Magazine (Opinion)The Return of Republican Islamophobia
By Jonathan Chait

Forward (Opinion)In Aftermath of Paris Attacks, a Lesson from the Holocaust
By Rex Brynen

The Week (Opinion)4 dangerous falsehoods Donald Trump is peddling on trade and immigration
By Shika Dalmia

Huffington Post (Blog)Immigration Is the Single Greatest Thing to Happen to This Country
By Wilmer Valderrama

The Hill (Blog)Decision on Obama's immigration order is politically motivated
By Raul Reyes


New York TimesAnkle Monitors Weigh on Immigrant Mothers Released From Detention
By EC Gogolak

Los Angeles TimesMore Central Americans fleeing violence to enter U.S., suggesting another major surge
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

PoliticoGOP candidates link Paris attacks to immigration
By Ben Schrekinger

BloombergParis Attacks Could Mark Turning Point in Republican Race
By Sahil Kapur

The HillCoulter after Paris attacks: 'Trump was elected president tonight'
By Caitlin Yilek

Associated Press: Jindal Questions White House About Syrian Immigrants

New York TimesAttacker's Possible Link to Migrant Trail Heightens Security Fears
By Alison Smale and Rick Lyman

Wall Street JournalParis Terror Attacks Transform Debate Over Europe's Migration Crisis
By Anton Troianovski and Marcos Walker

NBCClinton Immigration Memo: 'Expand And Enhance Protections'
By Monica Alba

BuzzFeedClinton's Campaign Reminds Opponents About The Biggest Immigration Event Of The Year
By Adrian Carrasquillo

Fox News LatinoAfter Paris attacks, immigration and other issues take back seat at Democratic debate

The HillO'Malley slams Trump as 'carnival barker' on immigration
By Ben Kamisar

CBSO'Malley: Net immigration from Mexico is zero
By Rebecca Shabad

VoxMartin O'Malley gave, by far, the best Democratic debate answer on refugees
By Dara Lind

New RepublicO'Malley Finds a Reason for Being in the 2016 Race: Immigration
By Steven Cohen

PoliticoClinton, Sanders race left on immigration
By Seung Min Kim

Irish AmericaMartin O'Malley Dines with Undocumented Family
By Adam Farely

New York TimesSharpening Attacks on Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz Urges New Immigration Limits
By Matt Flegenheimer

MSNBCTed Cruz turns on legal immigration
By Benjy Sarlin

PoliticoCruz goes to Rubio home turf to prove immigration cred
By Katie Glueck, Seung Min Kim and Nick Gass

VoxTed Cruz's immigration plan: tough on legal immigrants, tougher on unauthorized ones
By Dara Lind

BloombergDid Ted Cruz Actually Support Legal Status for Undocumented Immigrants?
By Sahil Kapur

National JournalMarco Rubio Hounded by Ted Cruz's Immigration Attacks at Florida Party Meeting
By SV Date

Washington ExaminerAs opponents rip Rubio's voting record, his constituents unfazed
By Gabby Morrongiello

New York TimesMarco Rubio's History on Immigration Leaves Conservatives Distrustful of Shift
By Jeremy Peters and Ashley Parker

Huffington PostMarco Rubio's Immigration Evolution Is Stirring GOP Anxiety
By Elise Foley and Sam Stein

Huffington PostPaul Ryan Says He'll Work With Obama, Just Not On Immigration
By Marina Fang

ABCSpeaker Paul Ryan Opposes Donald Trump's Immigration Plan
By Benjamin Siegel

BloombergRyan Favors Legal Status for Immigrants Trump Wants to Send Home
By Kasia Kimasinska

CNNRand Paul criticizes Marco Rubio over immigration amendment
By Ashley Killough

Associated Press: Carson: Cut Illegal Immigration by Cutting Benefits

Wall Street JournalDonald Trump Courts GOP Voters in Florida
By Beth Reinhard

MSNBCHas Trump finally gone off the rails?
By Chuck Todd and Mark Murray

Washington PostSeven key questions on immigration, and how top GOP candidates answer
By David Farenthold, Sean Sullivan and Hayley Tsukayama

Huffington PostJose Antonio Vargas Blasts Donald Trump For Mass Deportation Plan
By Judah Robinson

La Opinión/Impremedia (Editorial): An Insult to Immigrants

La Opinión/Impremedia (Opinion): Republican party image at a low point among Latino voters
By Pilar Marrero

USA Today (Opinion): Republican budget must follow the law, shut down Obama's lawless amnesty
By Sen. Jeff Sessions

New York Daily News (Opinion): Syrian refugees are not a threat: The vetting process is long and exhaustive – too long, in fact
By David Miliband

The Week (Opinion): Here's the dirty little secret about the GOP's immigration push
By Paul Waldman

The Week (Opinion): Why aren't conservative intellectuals disgusted with the GOP?
By Damon Linker

Washington Post (Blog): Ted Cruz's 180-degree reversal on legal immigration
By Jennifer Rubin

Fox News Latino (Opinion): Republican candidates must figure out a way to speak to Latinos
By Pili Tobar

Huffington Post (Blog): Judges Call for Curb on Immigration Detention, Administration Should Listen — and Act
By Andrew Wachtenheim

Forbes (Commentary): What the Legal Setbacks on Obama's Immigration Plans Say About the Grey Areas of U.S. Border Patrol
By Robert Barsky


AP: Judge hears arguments over licensing of detention centers

New York TimesPresident Obama Denounces Donald Trump's Deportation Plan
By Peter Baker

NPRAs Asylum Seekers Swap Prison Beds For Ankle Bracelets, Same Firm Profits
By John Burnett

NPRThe Diane Rehm Show: The White House Asks For A Supreme Court Ruling On Immigration Reform

CNNImmigration ruling shows risks of relying on executive actions
By Ariane de Vogue

BloombergBernie Sanders Has an Immigration Problem With the Left
By Arit John

MassLive2016 Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley dines with undocumented immigrants
By Shannon Young

LatinaDonald Trump Hate Map Tracks Xenophobic Attacks From His Supporters
By Cindy Casares

New York TimesG.O.P. Candidates Target Immigration Policy as Litmus Test in Presidential Race
By Maggie Haberman and Matt Flegenheimer

BloombergRepublican Strategists Look Nervously Upon Cruz-Rubio Feud Over Immigration
By Sahil Kapur

NBC NewsGhosts of Immigration's Past Haunting 2016 Republicans
By Carrie Dann and Andrew Rafferty

Washington ExaminerThe immigration system Marco Rubio wanted
By Byron York

MSNBCWhere Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio diverge
By Aliyah Frumin

AP: Rubio, Cruz Compete to Reshape Their Records on Immigration
By Erica Werner

Weekly StandardIt's Not Clear What Cruz Believes on Immigration
By Michael Warren

Huffington PostTed Cruz Goes After Marco Rubio On Immigration
By Elise Foley

MSNBCMarco Rubio reminds right that Ted Cruz has his own immigration issues
By Benjy Sarlin

The HillCruz and Rubio lock horns on immigration
By Mark Hensch

PoliticoImmigration brawl breaks out between Cruz and Rubio
By Daniel Strauss

New York TimesTed Cruz Steps Up Attacks on Marco Rubio on Immigration
By Alan Rappeport and Matt Flegenheimer

Washington PostCruz takes the gloves off, attacking Rubio on immigration
By Katie Zezima and David Weigel

TimeTed Cruz Blasts Marco Rubio on Immigration
By Zeke Miller

PoliticoThe coming fight between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz
By Eli Stokols and Katie Glueck

Wall Street JournalTed Cruz: General Election Will Turn on Issue of 'Amnesty'
By Heather Haddon

BloombergCruz Challenges Rubio's Credibility on Immigration
By Sahil Kapur

The HillRubio: 'People will have to be deported'
By Jonathan Easley

Washington Times Marco Rubio: Unrealistic to 'round up and deport' 11M people
By David Sherfinski

Daily BeastThe Big Speech Marco Rubio Needs to Give
By Matt Lewis

NPRAs His Moderate Rivals Are 'Ripping Each Other Apart,' Ted Cruz Sees An In
By Wade Goodwyn

Buzzfeed NewsWhite Supremacists Are Thrilled Donald Trump Mentioned "Operation Wetback"
By Andrew Kaczynski and Christopher Massie

Wall Street Journal (Taking Note): Outreach to Hispanic Community Crucial to Win in 2016, Cheney Says
By Beth Reinard

New York Times (Op-Ed): Martin O'Malley Sees Immigration as Opening to Gain Ground Against Rivals
By Maggie Haberman

Wall Street JournalJohn Kasich Sticks to Center on Immigration, Bailouts
By Heather Haddon

AP: GOP's Ben Carson says border can be secure in 1 year
By Bob Christie

AP: Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Creates State Police Border Force

New York Times (Op-Ed): The G.O.P. at an Immigration Crossroads
By David Brooks

Washington Post (Opinion): Trump hits a new low on immigration
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Post Partisan): Here's what's wrong with Trump's deportation plan
By Jonathan Capehart

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): Donald Trump's Plan to Make America White Again
By Kica Matos and Sam Fulwood III

Washington Post (Right Turn): Cruz is trapped on immigration
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Right Turn): Marco Rubio should prepare for the onslaught
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Plum Line): Who hates 'amnesty' more, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio?
By Greg Sargent


Washington Post: Trump driving migrant debate among GOP field
By David Fahrenthold, Jenna Johnson, and Max Ehrenfreund

NBC News: Conservative Expert: Trump Plan Ignores Immigration Benefits
By Suzanne Gamboa

McClatchy: Trump migrant proposals could be 'catastrophic' to both U.S., Mexico
By Tim Johnson

National Journal: This Is How Much Donald Trump's Immigration Plan Would Cost America if Mexico Doesn't Pick Up the Tab.
By Lauren Fox

CBS News: Ending Birthright Citizenship
By Rebecca Kaplan

New York Times: Donald Trump's Claims on Immigration: A Reality Check
By Julia Preston

Politico: Donald Trump's imaginary immigration haul
By Danny Vinik

Washington Post: Donald Trump says illegal immigrants 'have to go.' Only 31 percent of Republicans agree.
By Amber Phillips

Bloomberg: Reality Check: 4 Reasons Trump's Immigration Plans Are Impractical
By Sahil Kapur

NBC News: Donald Trump's Deportation Plan Would Cost $100-200 Billion
By Mark Murray

Washington Post: Understanding Trump's plan to end citizenship for undocumented immigrants' kids
By Max Ehrenfreund

The Hill: Trump excites base, befuddles experts with hard-line immigration plan
By Peter Schroeder

Vox: The horrible contradiction at the heart of Donald Trump's immigration plan
By Dara Lind

Vox: Donald Trump isn't a "pro-business" Republican, and his immigration plan proves it
By Dara Lind

Politico: Hannity defends Trump's immigration plan
By Nick Gass

CNN: Steve King: Donald Trump is GOP 'leader' on immigration
By Jeremy Diamond

Reuters: In Bid to Jump-Start Campaign, Walker Tries to Channel Trump

Washington Post: Scott Walker: The U.S. should 'absolutely' stop granting birthright citizenship
By Jenna Johnson

Politico: Scott Walker: Donald Trump and I have similar immigration policy proposals
By Daniel Strauss

NBC News: Scott Walker Weighs In on Birthright Citizenship Debate
By Kasie Hunt

Bloomberg: Scott Walker Says His Immigration Plan Is 'Very Similar' To Trump's
By Sahil Kapur

Huffington Post: Scott Walker Wants To Build A Wall On The U.S.-Mexico Border
By Igor Bobic

The Hill: Walker offers support for Trump's immigration plan
By Ben Kamisar

Washington Post: Jeb Bush on Donald Trump's immigration ideas: 'A plan needs to be grounded in reality'
By Ed O'Keefe

Wall Street Journal: Carly Fiorina Reacts to Trump's Immigration Plan [VIDEO]

New York Times: Chris Christie Assails Donald Trump's Immigration Plan
By Alan Rappeport

Vox: The most neglected fact in immigration economics
By Matthew Yglesias

Forbes: U.S. EB5 Investor Immigration Program: Does It Have A Future?
By Andy Semotiuk

Washington Post (Editorial): Donald Trump's immigration plan would wreak havoc on U.S. society

New York Times Magazine (Opinion): The Unwelcome Return of 'Illegals'
By Emily Bazelon

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): Trump the Restrictionist [VIDEO]
By Mary Kissel and Paul Gigot

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Trump Is GOP Policy Nightmare
By Francis Wilkinson

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Trump's Immigration Policy, or: A Farce in Six Pages
By Megan McArdle

Washington Post (Plum Line): You should take Donald Trump's immigration plan seriously. Here's why.
By Greg Sargent

The Atlantic (Opinion): Donald Trump's Immigration Principles Would've Barred His Own Grandfather
By Cono Friedersdorf

New York Magazine (Opinion): Trump Is the Republicans' Nightmare and They Won't Wake Up From It
By Jonathan Chait

Washington Post (Right Turn): Donald Trump reveals the ugly side of the right
By Jennifer Rubin

CNN (Opinion): Donald Trump's clueless immigration plan
By Raul Reyes

Democracy Journal (Opinion): The Opportunity Presented by Trump's Nutty Immigration Plan
By Nathan Pippenger

FiveThirtyEight (Opinion): Everything* Donald Trump's Immigration Plan Gets Wrong
By Ben Casselman

MSNBC (Opinion): In the race to the bottom on immigration, Walker makes his move
By Steve Benen

Washington Post (Right Turn): John Kasich is the un-Trump
By Jennifer Rubin

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): I Have a Dream — That Latinos Are Seen Beyond the Prism of Immigration
By Cesar Vargas


The GuardianUS border patrol violated agency rules in deporting thousands of children
By Amanda Holpuch

New York TimesTexas: U.S. Will Seek Return of Work Permits
By Julia Preston

PoliticoFeds take steps to comply with immigrant work-permit court order
By Seung Min Kim

NBC NewsStill Have 3-Yr. DACA Work Permit? Feds Need to Replace It with 2-Yr One
By Suzanne Gamboa

National JournalHow to Lure Immigrants Into the Mainstream
By Ted Hesson

Buzzfeed NewsIn Arizona, Black And White Progressives Jolted By The Harsh Lives And Stories Of Undocumented Immigrants
By Adrian Carrasquillo

USA Today: Cubans rush to U.S. shores before easy entry ends
By Alan Gomez

Washington PostTrump says building a U.S.-Mexico wall is 'easy.' But is it really?
By Jerry Markon

Washington PostDemocrats eager to exploit contrast in styles between Trump and Clinton
By Sean Sullivan

PoliticoThe mystery of the Trump coalition
By Ben Schreckinger and Cate Martel

Washington PostPoll finds Hispanic disapproval of Trump rhetoric on illegal immigrants
By Dan Balz and Peyton Craighill

Wall Street JournalTed Cruz Says Donald Trump's Comments Not Offensive
By Heather Haddon

BloombergDonald Trump Says He's Thankful for Ted Cruz's Support
By Mark Halperin and Kendall Breitman

New YorkerJohn McCain Has a Few Things to Say About Donald Trump
By Ryan Lizza

The HillMcCain: Trump 'fired up the crazies'
By Mark Hensch

PoliticoJohn McCain: Trump 'fired up the crazies'
By Nick Gass

PoliticoPoll: Hillary Clinton has big lead among Hispanics
By Nick Gass

New York TimesToday in Politics: Organizers Build Up Events in Iowa, and the Candidates Come
By Alan Rappeport

La Opinion (Editorial): Sanctuaries and Immigration Reform

USA Today (Opinion): How violent are undocumented immigrants?
By Alan Gomez

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed): Immigrant-Bashers Will Lose the Evangelical Vote
By Russel Moore and Samuel Rodriguez

Huffington Post UK (Opinion): Theresa May Is Deporting Me: How Kicking Out Foreign Students Fails Everyone

Washington Post (Opinion): Bill O'Reilly says Mitch McConnell has professed support for 'Kate's Law.' Really?
By Erik Wemple

Washington Post (Plum Line): The GOP problem with Latinos goes much deeper than Donald Trump's rhetoric
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Right Turn): Rick Perry's glorious takedown of Donald Trump
By Jennifer Rubin

The Hill (Op-Ed): Trump and the myth of a Mexican crime wave
By Raoul Lowery Contreras

The Hill (Op-Ed): Immigration in America: The real debate
By Theresa Cardinal Brown

Fox News Latino (Opinion): Open letter from Hispanic Republicans to Donald Trump


CNNImmigrants and crime: Crunching the numbers
By Catherine E. Shoichet

The HillFifth Circuit to weigh hold on Obama's immigration orders
By Lydia Wheeler

Bloomberg: Texas Immigration Judge Threatens Jeh Johnson With Contempt
By Laurel Brubaker Calkins

Washington PostRepublicans again propose blocking Obama's immigration orders
By Kelsey Snell

The HillHouse spending bill would block funding for immigration action
By Rebecca Shabad

AP: San Francisco shooting defendant's immigration history is common By Elliot Spagat and Janni Har

New York TimesAfter Killing Tied to Deported Felon, San Francisco Mayor Mulls Policy Shift
By Jennifer Medina and Julia Preston

AP: San Francisco Sheriff Requested Transfer of Immigrant Inmate

Washington PostTrump dominates social media
By James Hohmann

BloombergTaking On Donald Trump May Be a Key Step in Getting to the Oval Office
By Mark Halperin

Washington PostGOP leaders fear damage to party's image as Donald Trump doubles down
By Karen Tumulty, Philip Rucker, and Robert Costa

The HillRNC asks Trump to tone down immigration remarks
By Elliot Smilowitz

National JournalWhy Republicans Can't Kick Donald Trump Out of Their Debates
By Tim Alberta

VoxThe real costs of Donald Trump's anti-Mexican slur controversy, explained
By Dara Lind

PoliticoHarry Reid: Donald Trump's immigration comments 'disgusting'
By Burgess Everett

The HillReid: Trump's immigration comments 'distasteful, disgusting'
By Alexander Bolton

Arizona RepublicDonald Trump to visit Phoenix to talk immigration
By Dan Nowicki

Washington PostJosé Andrés backs out of restaurant in Donald Trump's hotel
By Emily Heil

MSNBCAnother one bites the dust: Acclaimed Chef dumps Donald Trump
By Jane C. Timm

The HillRick Perry: Trump 'way out of touch with reality'
By Mark Hensch

Daily BeastTrump Tower Was Built on Undocumented Immigrants' Backs
By Michael Daly

The HillTrump: Clinton is the worst
By Mark Hensch

Washington PostTrump says he'll win Latino vote despite backlash over charged remarks
By Antonio Olivo

NBCNewsDonald Trump: 'I Will Win the Latino Vote'
By Katy Tur and Carrie Dann

PRIIn Spanish, in America, the outrage at Trump isn't going away
By Gabe Ortiz

Washington TimesJeb Bush's immigration evolution: Earned legal status but no path to citizenship
By Seth McLaughlin

New York TimesFor Jeb Bush, Love for His Wife and a Secure Border
By Michael Barbaro

Washington PostJeb Bush: 'You can love your Mexican-American wife and also believe that you need to control the border'
By Ed O'Keefe

APBush: End sanctuary cities for immigrants in US illegally
By Thomas Beaumont

Miami HeraldShould immigrants in the country illegally be eligible for citizenship? 'My belief is no,' Jeb Bush says
By Patricia Mazzei

New York TimesLindsey Graham Says Republicans Are 'in a Hole' With Hispanics
By Alan Rappeport

Wall Street JournalLindsey Graham: Tell Hillary Clinton I Also Back Pathway to Citizenship
By Reid J. Epstein

MSNBCRubio vs. Clinton on immigration
By Steve Benen

BloombergMarco Rubio Dismisses Hillary Clinton's Immigration Attack as 'Silly Talk'
By Sahil Kapur

Washington PostRubio dismisses Hillary Clinton's immigration comments as 'silly talk'
By Sean Sullivan

Northeast Media Group (Ohio): Rick Santorum says less legal immigration would boost U.S. jobs
By Robert Higgs

AP: Law License Delayed For Immigrant Illegally Living In Us


PoliticoDemocrats' primary nightmare comes true: Alan Grayson runs for Senate
By Marc Caputo and Matt Dixon

Politico (Op-Ed): The Immigration Secessionists
By Rich Lowry

Bloomberg View (Opinion): The Deportation Era Is Over
By Francis Wilkinson

Washington Post (Plum Line): The new Willie Horton?
By Paul Waldman

New York Times (Op-Ed): The Wasted Gift of Donald Trump
By Frank Bruni

New York Times (Op-Ed): President Donald Trump? Just Say No
By Peter Wehner

Politico Magazine (Opinion): Donald Trump's Wrong. Mexicans Aren't Going to Rape You.
By Gustavo Arellano

Washington Post (The Fix): Why GOP presidential hopefuls are suddenly anxious to fight over Donald Trump
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Plum Line): Trump gives Republicans the immigration mess they could have easily avoided
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (The Fix): By Philip Bump

Think Progress (Opinion): Meet The 'Rapists' Who Built Donald Trump's Empire
By Esther Lee

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): A Message to Donald Trump From Two Undocumented Entrepreneurs
By Ivan Ceja and Justino Mora

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): A Letter to Pope Francis From the Immigrant Community
By Felipe Sousa-Rodriguez


Atlanta Journal ConstitutionGround zero in the immigration debate
By Jeremy Redmon

AP: Immigrant Children Given Adult Dose of Hepatitis A Vaccine
By Seth Robbins

AP: A Year on, Children Caught on Border Struggle to Stay, Adapt

McClatchyFamily detention negotiations extended a third time
By Franco Ordoñez

Washington PostObama administration scales back deportations in policy shift
By Jerry Markon

Huffington PostUndocumented Immigrants Urge Others To 'Come Out' In Push For Reform
By Dayana Morales Gomez

The HillTrump: I'm America's 'whipping post'
By Mark Hensch

CBS NewsDonald Trump: I didn't expect the business backlash to be "quite this severe"
By Reena Flores

MSNBCDonald Trump calls Jeb Bush 'out of touch' on immigration
By Rachel Kleinman

CNNTrump: San Francisco killing shows perils of illegal immigration
By Theodore Schliefer

AP: NASCAR distances itself from Donald Trump following inflammatory immigration remarks

New York TimesAnd Now, What Mexico Thinks of Donald Trump
By Azam Ahmed

Christian Science MonitorWhy is Donald Trump surging in early polls?
By Husna Haq

Wall Street Journal: GOP Hopefuls Distance Themselves From Donald Trump
By Patrick O'Connor

Washington TimesDonald Trump's comments spark poll surge, put 2016 Republican hopefuls on the spot
By Seth McLaughlin

Latin PostJeb Bush on Immigration: DREAMer Activist Clashes With GOP Candidate at Campaign Event
By Andre F. Puglie

New York TimesIndignant Jeb Bush Says He Takes Donald Trump's Remarks Personally
By Patrick Healy

The HillPerry: 'I was offended by' Trump's remarks
By Jonathan Easley

BloombergChris Christie Takes a Not-So-Subtle Jab at Donald Trump on Immigration
By Terrence Dopp

PoliticoMike Huckabee splits with Trump on immigration
By Eliza Collins

AP: Hispanic leaders want GOP field to condemn Trump's 'idiocy'
By Steve Peoples

The HillCruz: 'I salute Donald Trump' on immigration
By Mark Hensch

Washington PostTed Cruz continues to defend Donald Trump on immigration
By Katie Zezima

PoliticoTed Cruz announces $51 million fundraising haul
By Ali Breland

CBS NewsSantorum praises Trump's focus on immigration
By Rebecca Kaplan

MSNBCTrump has GOP defenders despite racially charged rhetoric
By Steve Benen

The HillWhy Trump is resonating on the right
By Mark Hensch

Reuters: Some White House Republican Hopefuls Want Curbs on Legal Immigration

Los Angeles TimesLatino news media's advocacy role could help shape 2016 presidential race
By Kat Linthicum

The HillHuckabee scoffs at idea border can't be secure
By Mark Hensch

Irish TimesJohn Boehner pledge: Immigration reform top of agenda
By Arthur Beesley

New York TimesWhite Supremacists Extend Their Reach Through Websites
By Michael Wines and Stephanie Saul

New York Times (Editorial): Swift Release for Detained Migrants

The Hill (Op-Ed): The Supreme Court sent a powerful message on ObamaCare and gay marriage – will the 5th Circuit heed it on immigration?
By David Leopold

Washington Post (Post Politics): The GOP's latest ethnicity and inclusion challenge. His name is Donald Trump.
By Janell Ross

Real Clear Politics (Op-Ed): Trump and the Myth of Immigrant Crime 
By Steve Chapman

CNN (Op-Ed): The hypocrisy of outrage over Donald Trump
By Ana Navarro

USA Today (Op-Ed): Trump magic turns GOP elephant into a cricket
By Ruben Navarette

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): Thank You, Donald Trump!
By America Ferrera

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): Donald Trump and the GOP Share the Same Anti-Immigrant Policies
By Randy Borntrager



The HillDems push to close immigrant detention centers
By Mike Lillis

Wall Street JournalFast-Track Green Card Program Swells With New Interest
By Miriam Jordan

Washington PostAn exclusive look at the draft schedule for Pope Francis's U.S. trip this fall
By Michelle Boorstein

NBC NewsLGBT Latinos Celebrate Historic Supreme Court Gay Marriage Ruling
By Raul Reyes

Washington PostOhio Gov. Kasich to launch presidential bid on July 21 By Philip Rucker
June 28, 2015

National JournalHillary Clinton, Praising the Court's Marriage Decision, Pits Herself Against 'the Party of the Past'
By Emily Schultheis

NBC NewsClinton Campaign's Amanda Renteria: How They're Building Latino Support
By Suzanne Gamboa

Washington PostIn a fast-changing culture, can the GOP get in step with modern America?
By Philip Rucker and Robert Costa

New York Times (Op-Ed): Expect Immigration Reform to Be Next
By Matt Barreto

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): America's Heritage Is Immigrant Heritage
By Sayu Bhojwani

America Magazine (Opinion): The Migrant Pope
By J. Kevin Appleby

Fox News Latino (Opinion): Evangelical call for immigration reform resounds, reaches to the pews
By Noel Castellanos and Stephan Bauman


Fox NewsSource: Obama to announce 10-point immigration plan via exec action as early as next week
By Lucas Tomlinson 

PBS FrontlineWhat Will Obama Do on Immigration?
By Sarah Childress

The HillObama Nearing a Final Decision
By Justin Sink 

ReutersObama to announce action on immigration: Fox News
By Peter Cooney

The HillReport: Obama immigration plan expected next week
By Rachel Huggins

BloombergSome Republicans Seek to Block Obama Immigration Orders
By Heidi Przybyla and Erik Wasson

APConservatives Threaten Budget Showdown Over Immigration
By Andrew Taylor and Erica Werner

ReutersRepublicans eye funding to block Obama on immigration
By David Lawder

The HillSessions wants to block immigration move
By Rebecca Shabad

Wall Street JournalNew GOP Push to Block Immigration Action by Obama
By Laura Meckler

Latin PostObama Immigration Action Update: Impeachment 'Would Be A Consideration' If President Announces Reform Executive Action, Says Congressman
By Michael Oleaga

Washington PostWill Obama fade or fight as Republicans gain control of Congress
By Karen Tumulty and Juliet Eilperin 

NPRImmigration Divides Washington, Permanent Solution Unlikely 
By Mara Liasson 

Huffington PostDemocrats Say Obama Must 'Go Big' On Immigration Relief
By Elise Foley

The HillDems warn Obama: Don't back down on immigration 
By Mike Lillis

Roll CallExecutive Action on Immigration Could Imperil Omnibus, Cornyn Warns (Video)
By Niels Lesnieswki

Washington PostCatholic Bishops Back Obama Acting Alone on Immigration 
By David Gibson

Washington PostDemocrats: Legal basis for Obama to act on immigration 'clear and substantial'
By Ed O'Keefe

PoliticoProgressives push Obama to shield more immigrants
By Seung Min Kim 

USA TodayHispanics quiet in '14, not in '16
By Alan Gomez

MSNBCIs President Obama making the right call on immigration?
By Benjy Sarlin 

The HillHispanic Dems: Act now on deportations
By Mike Lillis

Politico (Op-Ed): All or Nothing is a Bad Approach to Immigration
By Sen. Orrin Hatch 

Washington Post (Right Turn Blog): GOP already winning more Hispanics 
By Jennifer Rubin 

National Review (Op-Ed): My Prescription for Immigration Reform 
By Ben Carson 

CNN (Opinion): Will 'cantaloupe caucus' block immigration deal?
By Sally Kohn 

Salon (Opinion): Tea Partyer's messaging mistake: Admits executive orders don't stop GOP from writing legislation
By Jim Newell


Politico: Thousands of child migrants still lack lawyers
By David Rogers

Boston Globe: Immigrants eager for presidential action on citizenship
By Maria Sacchetti

CNN: Immigration activists hope they don't get burned by Obama
By Athena Jones

City Watch: Immigration Advocates to Democrats: Don't Say We Didn't Warn You
By Griselda Navarez

Al Jazeera America: Already Eyeing 2016, Latino leaders call for Action on Immigration Reform 
By Haya El Nasser

Washington Post: He lived in the U.S. for 15 years. Only church sanctuary saved him from deportation.
By Tina Griego

The Arizona Republic: The immigration reform stare down: Who will blink first?
By Daniel Gonzalez

Huffington Post: Anger Over Executive Action On Immigration Is No Excuse For GOP Stalling, Politicians Say
By Elise Foley

Wall Street Journal: Boehner Warns Obama Against Unilateral Action on Immigration
By Carole Lee and Peter Nicholas

The Hill: Sessions: Election was rejection of Obama's immigration policy
By Ramsey Cox

New York Daily News: Schumer, de Blasio urge executive action by Obama on immigration
By Erin Durkin 

The Hill: Texas Republican: GOP could sue Obama over immigration action
By Cristina Marcos

Bloomberg: Obama's Immigration Vow Clashes With McConnell's in Test of Goodwill
By Richard Rubin, Kathleen Hunter and Mike Dorning

Politico: John McCain: 'Pleading' with President Obama 
By Jonathan Topaz

Politico: John Boehner on Barack Obama: He's 'going to burn himself'
By Josh Bresnahan 

National Journal: Latino Community Worries Obama Could Fall Short of Expectations
By Lauren Fox 

AP: Some in GOP fear schism over Obama, immigration

AP: Corker hits fellow Republicans over immigration
By Erik Schelzig

CBSNews: How Did the Issue of Immigration Play in this Election?
By Jennifer de Pinto

New York Times: Obama Action on Immigration Could Benefit Texas Economy
By Julian Aguilar

Washington Post: Boehner refuses to act on immigration reform 
By Jonathan Capehart

Vox: The best evidence yet that Republicans won't do anything on immigration in 2015
By Dara Lind

Politico: Reince Priebus: President Obama 'lying' to Hispanics
By Jonathan Topaz

New York Times (Editorial): Decision Time on Immigration

Washington Post (Plum Line): Get Ready for a Titanic Battle Over Immigration 
By Greg Sargent

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Immigration Will Be Obama's Wedge 
By Francis Wilkinson


The Guardian: Congressman warns of 'civil war' among Democrats unless Obama acts on immigration
By Paul Lewis

Bloomberg: Sarah Palin: Romney in 'Never Never Land' on Immigration Reform
By David Knowles

Huffington Post: 5 Immigration Theories You Should Feel Free To Ignore
By Roque Planas

Huffington Post: Americans Still Want Congress to Address Immigration: Poll (VIDEO)
By Elise Foley

MSNBC: Udall rallies Latinos, but leaders fear it's too little too late
By Benjy Sarlin

The Atlantic: Latino Voters' Wrenching Choice
By Molly Ball

NBCNews: Will Cultural Pride Get Latinos to Vote?
By Suzanne Gamboa

MSNBC: Political establishment taking notice of Latino vote
By Maria Teresa Kumar

Washington Post (She the People): Voto Latino: Millennials have the power to rock the Hispanic Vote
By Bianca Betancourt

Talking Points Memo: Poll: GOP Lead Shrinks Dramatically in Colorado Senate Race's Final Days
By Dylan Scott

Bloomberg: The GOP's Immigration Two-Step
By Dave Weigel

MSNBC (Morning Joe): Hispanic vote not more GOP, just less Democrat (VIDEO)

MSNBC (Jose Diaz-Balart): Obama responds to DREAMers: 'Go to the other rally and focus on them' (VIDEO)

Breitbart: Immigration Leaders: NH Fertile for Illegal Alien Gangs, Crime if Jeanne Shaheen Re-Elected
By Matthew Boyle

Politico: Getting Latinos Wrong
By Matt Baretto and Thomas Schaller

The Guardian (Opinion): Why is Obama still locking up so many innocent women and kids on US soil?
By Dree Collopy and Stephen Manning

Al Jazeera America (Opinion): With Washington in gridlock, Latinos turn to state and local elections
By Mary Tuck


The AtlanticNot That Kind of Republican 
By Molly Ball

Fiscal TimesA GOP Congress Will Face 12 Million Pleas for Immigration Reform 
By Rob Garver

National JournalForecast: Right Turn Ahead
By Ronald Brownstein 

NBC NewsLatino Political Advertisers Busy As 2014 Races Tighten
By Suzanna Gamboa 

Washington PostFor Families With Mixed Immigration Status, Health Insurance Can Be Puzzling
By Heidi de Marco

Business InsiderWhat Life is Like in the Murder Capital of the World
By Jeremy Relph

MSNBCHillary Clinton heckled by immigration activists
By Alex Seitz Wald

PoliticoThe Green Monster
By Garrett M. Graff

MSNBCImmigration overhaul on track despite GOP resistance
By Benjy Sarlin 

PoliticoGOP not budging on executive action 
By Seung Min Kim 

The HillGOP senators warn Obama not to issue immigration action
By Cristina Marcos

AP: GOP senators urge Obama to hold off on immigration
By Donna Cassata

VoxObama has big post-election plans on immigration. Here's what you need to know
By Dara Lind

NBC NewsCandidates Face Off in Spanish-Only Debate in Tight Colorado Race
By Leigh Ann Caldwell 

National JournalThe Two Hardest Working House Candidates are Running Against Each Other 
By Scott Bland

FusionHow beers and billiards shaped the Colorado governor's race
By Ted Hesson 

BloombergScott Brown Worries that Ebola and Polio May Come Across the Border
By David Weigel 

TimeNo Good Options for GOP on Obama's Immigration Move
By Alex Rogers

Latin PostImmigration Reform News 2014: Final Recommendations Coming From Agencies for Obama's Executive Action on Immigration Reform
By Rebecca S. Myles

Latin PostObama Executive Actions on Immigration: Immigrant Rights Groups Call for DACA Recipients' Families' Protection
By Michael Oleaga

Roll CallGOP: Obama's Immigration Action Will Cripple 2016 Democrats
By Matt Fuller

Fox Latino: (Opinion): A 'Tale of Two Artesias,' as told by an immigration lawyer on the ground
By Jennifer Casey

The Blaze (The Furnace): Jeff Sessions: GOP Takeover of the Senate is the Best Way to Stop Obama's Immigration Plans
By Pete Kasperowicz

Univision (Opinion): As Presidents before Him, Obama Has Authority to Act
By Nancy Pelosi, Luis V. Gutiérrez & Zoe Lofgren

Washington Post (Right Turn Blog): No to the nativists, yes to immigration reform 
By Jennifer Rubin

New York Times (First Draft): How Do You Say, 'Please, Let Me Respond' in Spanish?
By Carl Hulse

Huffington Post (Blog): The Consequences of Delayed Executive Action


Boston Globe (Massachusetts): Fireworks erupt in debate between Scott Brown, Jeanne Shaheen
By Joshua Miller

Washington TimesScott, Crist spar over immigration, economy in Florida debate
By Tim Howell

Allentown Morning Call (Pennsylvania): Cartwright, Moylan debate immigration, Ebola
By Emily Opilo

Staten Island Advance (New York): GOP Rep. Michael Grimm, Democrat Domenic Recchia pitch immigration fixes
By Tom Wrobleski

FusionLong Island Republican tries to channel anger over child migrant crisis
By Ted Hesson

The State (South Carolina): Scott talks about immigration and national security
By Zach Murdoch

Insider LouisvilleGrimes campaign tells immigration-reform advocates she will discontinue offending ad and not use 'the i word' (UPDATE)
By Joe Sanka

International TimesHispanic Vote 2014: Can Latino Voters Make A Difference In Midterm Elections As Republicans Eye Senate, House Majorities?
By Cristina Silva

Associated PressUS Gov't Seeks Supplies for Immigration Documents
By Alicia Caldwell

NBC NewsFeds Getting Ready for Executive Action on Immigration
By Suzanne Gamboa

BuzzFeedJordanian Man Allegedly Fleeing ISIS Detained At Mexican Border
By John Stanton

Associated PressClarity sought on fast-tracked Haitian immigration

ReutersSpecial Report: >U.S. visa program for crime victims is hit-or-miss prospect
By Dan Levine and Kristina Cooke

USA TodaySecond immigration wave lifts diversity to record high
By Greg Toppo and Paul Overberg

MSNBCGOP candidates accelerate party's right turn on immigration
By Benjy Sarlin

BuzzFeedPollster: Most People Are Getting The Critical Latino Vote Wrong In Colorado
By Adrian Carrasquillo

EFELatinos will vote for Democrats despite Obama's inaction on immigration
By Raquel Goods

The Atlantic (Opinion): The Great Midterm Divide
By Ron Brownstein


Houston ChroniclePoll: Don't discount Latino vote in competitive national races
By Lomi Kriel

Latin PostLatinos and the 2014 Midterm Election: Eligible Latino Voter Population Larger For Gubernatorial Races Than Senate Elections
By Matt Oleaga

Los Angeles TimesLatinos, angry with Obama, may sit out midterm vote, hurting Democrats
By Mark Barabak

New York TimesIn Raising Immigration, G.O.P. Risks Backlash After Election
By Jeremy Peters

Boston GlobeMidterm immigration ads may hurt GOP in 2016
By Noah Bierman

New York Times (First Draft): Colorado Democrats Need Ground Game to Live Up to Reputation
By Carl Hulse

BreitbartBoehner Slams Preparations for Executive Amnesty: 'Unacceptable'
By Jonathan Strong

BreitbartExclusive — Jeff Sessions: Obama's Immigration Policies Hammer Black Workers
By Matthew Boyle

BreitbartGrassley: DHS' New Haitian Immigrant Program 'Irresponsible Overreach Of The Executive Branch's Authority'
By Caroline May

Huffington PostAfter Becoming Part Of A Family In The U.S., Honduran Immigrant Teen Has To Leave
By Elise Foley

MSNBC (Jose Diaz-Balart): Democrats see early 2016 advantage among Latino voters

BloombergBurned on Immigration Reform, Latinos Start to Pull Away from Democrats
By Greg Giroux

The Fiscal TimesThree Reasons Why a GOP 'Wave' Is Still Possible
By Eric Pianin

Fox NewsWill Democrats show up to vote? Polls point to GOP turnout advantage
By Joseph Weber

New York Times (Editorial): Membership's Perks, for Immigrants, Too

Washington Times (Editorial): Green cards on the table

New York Times (The Upshot): Why House Republicans Alienate Hispanics: They Don't Need Them
By Nate Cohn

Washington Post (The Fix): Why the GOP might not need immigration reform any time soon
By Philip Bump

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): From Jeb Hensarling, Sensible Talk on Immigration Reform
By John Feehery

Los Angeles Times (Opinion): There's a better way to do immigration reform
By Tim Kane


Los Angeles TimesObama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election
By Christi Parsons and Kathleen Hennessey

Associated Press: Colorado candidate's town shapes immigration view
By Nicholas Riccardi

Washington ExaminerDespite opposing Obama's immigration reform, Cory Gardner leading among Colorado Hispanics
By Sean Higgins

McClatchy: U.S. Chamber election spending at odds with immigration push
By Curtis Tate

CNNGOP Voters See Growing Immigration Crisis
By John King and Brad Pechanec

PoliticoPresident Obama tries to energize base in Maryland
By Jennifer Epstein

BreitbartCoulter: If GOP Wants To Win, It Needs To Talk About Immigration

New York Times (First Draft): White House Weighs Moves on Immigration
By Michael Shear

BreitbartExclusive: Obama Administration Quietly Prepares 'Surge' Of Millions Of New Immigrant Ids
By Jonathan Strong

New York TimesObama Administration to Expedite Family Reunification for Some Haitians
By Erick Eckholm

Miami HeraldObama to expedite U.S. entry for thousands of Haitians
By Jacqueline Charles

Cronkite News ServiceDeportations near border surged as interior removals dropped
By Laurie Liles

Associated Press: Thousands Released After Immigration Holds Denied
By Amy Taxin

Washington TimesPetitions urge Obama to disclose immigration policy, premium hikes before election
By Valerie Richardson

Los Angeles TimesDemand outpaces driver's licenses for immigrants in Colorado
By Jenny Deam

PoliticoLatinos, labor tell Obama: Pick Tom Perez for AG
By Edward-Isaac Dovere, Carrie Budoff Brown and Seung Min Kim

NPR: Residents Uneasy About Immigrant Shift Into Suburbs
By Caitlin Dickerson

Washington TimesStrict rules govern service contractors for illegal immigrant children
By Stephen Dinan

The Oregonian (Opinion): Immigrants are not draining public services: Guest opinion
By Anaiah Krueger 

Tampa Bay Times (Editorial): Editorial: Immigration reform good for Florida

La Opinión (Editorial): Business Disappointment

Politico (Opinion): Fear Canada: The real terrorist threat next door.
By Garrett Graff

Albuquerque Journal (Opinion): Latino voters likely to abandon Dems
By Ruben Navarrette


Washington PostHondurans flee violence, then are deported by U.S. to face more, rights group charges
By Pam Constable

Huffington PostU.S. Deportation Practices Put Asylum Seekers At Risk, Human Rights Watch Says
By Elise Foley

NPRImmigrant Advocates Challenge The Way Mothers Are Detained
By John Burnett

BuzzFeedRepublicans: Immigration's More Likely To Happen If We Take The Senate
By Adrian Carrasquillo

BloombergWhatever Happened to Immigration as a Campaign Issue?
By David Knowles

U.S. News & World ReportThe GOP Is Winning the Immigration Debate
By Lauren Fox

Washington PostAlison Lundergan Grimes and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day
By Sean Sullivan

The HillLiberal criticism mounts on Grimes 'illegal aliens' campaign ad
By Ben Kamisar

Fox News LatinoKentucky challenger to Sen. Mitch McConnell loses support over immigration ads, debate performance

Associated PressImmigration-Control Group Starts Ads in 10 States
By Philip Elliott

PoliticoGroup's $1M ad push tackles immigrants, jobs
By Seung Min Kim

CNNGardner leads Udall in Colorado Senate race
By Eric Bradner

Washington PostCory Gardner, and the limits of the personhood attack
By Aaron Blake

The HillRoberts links Ebola, ISIS to border security
By David McCabe

Associated PressKey Obama Decisions on Hold Until After Midterms
By Josh Lederman

Wall Street JournalBattle for Senate Puts White House Agenda on Hold
By Carol E. Lee

MSNBCMeet 16 activists at the front lines of immigration reform
By Alicia Maule

Associated PressMayor: More Immigrant Families Freed Than Deported
By Juan Carlos Llorca

The HillNorton: Drug wars to blame for migrant surge
By Cristina Marcos

Re/codePressing How Silicon Valley's $50 Million Bet on Immigration Stalled
By Amy Schatz

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): The Self-Inflicted U.S. Brain Drain
By Michael S. Malone

New York Times (Opinion): The Politics of Ebola
By Ross Douthat

Huffington Post (Blog): The Worst Political Endorsement by a Serious Newspaper in My Lifetime
By Gary Hart

Huffington Post (Blog): Fact Check: Gardner Opposes Dream Act and Blocked Immigration Reform
By Jason Salzman


PoliticoMigrant children: Out of sight, still in mind
By David Rogers

National JournalFar Fewer Unaccompanied Minors Are Now Crossing the U.S. Border.
By Rachel Roubein

Associated Press: Dozens of undocumented migrants released from immigration facility, New Mexico mayor says

ReutersObama hangs tough on migrant detention despite slowing influx
By Richard Cowan and Julia Edwards

Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionMost unaccompanied immigrant children attending deportation hearings
By Jeremy Redmon

The HillGOP senators request GAO study on child refugee policies
By Ramsey Cox

Washington TimesImmigration reform a bipartisan litmus test for Democrats
By Seth McLaughlin

EFE: Immigration: U.S. Democrats could pay dearly for miscalculation

VoxThis immigration scandal drove a state official to suicide – and could give Dems the Senate
By Dara Lind

VoxAlison Lundergan Grimes doesn't want you to know she's running anti-amnesty ads against Mitch McConnell
By Dara Lind

PoliticoDCCC pulls $1M in ads for Andrew Romanoff
By Alex Isenstadt

PoliticoFacebook-linked group drops $1M on Shaheen
By Seung Min Kim

Washington PostDHS morale sinks further despite new leadership at the top, survey shows
By Jerry Markon

Washington TimesHispanics want Obamacare for illegal immigrant 'dreamers'
By Stephen Dinan

The HillGOP senator warns Obama against unilateral action on immigration
By Jesse Byrnes

Roll CallSteve King Tops NumbersUSA Scorecard
By Clark Mindock

Vox4 Congressmen say ISIS is on America's border. We asked them for proof.
By Dylan Matthews and Dara Lind

New York Times (Editorial): The Border Crisis Isn't Over

Bloomberg View (Opinion): The U.S. Border Patrol's Bumpy Road
By Francis Wilkinson

Fusion (Opinion): Undeterred by sex abuse scandal, feds push for more family detention centers
By Ted Hesson

Washington Post (Opinion): Welcoming immigrant students is nothing new
By Bill Cordes

Wall Street Journal (Letters to the Editor): To What Rights Are Illegal Minor Immigrants Entitled?

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Midterm Election's Sure Loser: Immigration Reform
By Ramesh Ponnuru

Washington Post (Right Turn): Obama brings GOP together, helps blur differences
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion): Barack Obama, disappointer in chief
By Aaron David Miller

The Hill (Opinion): Juan Williams: Even a Senate victory won't heal GOP divisions

USA Today (Opinion): Voices: Who'll win midterm elections? Who cares?
By Susan Davis

MSNBC (Opinion): How the Latino vote becomes a movement for change
By Maria Teresa Kumar


Fox News Latino (Opinion): Geraldo Rivera: Immigration frustration
By Geraldo Rivera

Salon (Opinion):

Denver Post submits superb entry for most asinine endorsement of 2014 cycle
By Luke Brinker

MSNBC (Blog): Immigration advocate works to hold both parties accountable
By Alicia Maule and Traci G. Lee

MSNBC (Blog): Zoé M. Colón: Changing the narrative on immigration reform
By Alicia Maule and Traci G. Lee


Huffington PostJeh Johnson: Politicians Shouldn't 'Feed The Flames Of Fear' Over ISIS, Ebola
By Elise Foley

Wall Street JournalObama: Political 'Suicide' for GOP to Shun Immigration Overhaul
By Carol E. Lee

Associated Press: Obama: GOP Immigration Stance Political 'Suicide'

Los Angeles TimesIn Santa Monica, Obama chastises GOP on immigration, targets young voters
By Seema Mehta, Kathleen Hennessey

PoliticoPresident Obama: Republicans will move on immigration
By Edward-Isaac Dovere

Roll CallObama: 'Suicide' for GOP if They Don't Pass Immigration (Updated)
By Steven Dennis

The HillObama: 'It is suicide' for GOP to not do immigration reform
By Justin Sink

MSNBCImmigration front-and-center as midterms near
By Jose Diaz-Balert

Washington Post (Monkey Cage): Will Obama's delay on immigration cost the Democrats votes among Latinos?
By David Damore

Huffington PostLatino Group Accuses Kay Hagan Of Betrayal On Immigration
By Elise Foley

Huffington PostScott Brown Wants To Secure The Border Because Of Ebola
By Igor Bobic

PoliticoRepublicans again jump on Obama and immigration
By Seung Min Kim

Los Angeles TimesHomeland Security chief seeks to soothe border worries
By Brian Bennett

Washington PostInflux of unaccompanied immigrant children slowed again in September
By Jerry Markon

Wall Street JournalWave of Immigrants to U.S. Resurges
By Neil Shah

Washington TimesIllegal immigration jumps for third straight year under Obama
By Stephen Dinan

Washington PostHow a judge decides detained immigrants' future from 1,700 miles away
By Melinda Henneberger


Fusion Poll: Young black and Hispanic voters most likely to believe Central American migrants fleeing violence back home

Bloomberg View (Opinion): The Triumph of the Democratic Party
By Francis Wilkinson

Washington Post (Plum Line): The future of GOP relations with Latinos, in one ad
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion): Navarrette: Immigration has its share of hidden abuse
By Ruben Navarrette

Washington Post (Blog): It's easy to make day laborers' lives better. Why isn't it happening in Washington D.C.?
By Lydia DePillis

Real Clear Politics (Opinion): Latinos Should Withhold Support From Democrats
By Arturo Carmona

Salon (Opinion): Stop punting on immigration! There'll never be a perfect time, so just get it done already
By Jim Newell

Huffington Post (Blog): Voting for Solutions, Standing Against Hate
By Cristóbal Joshua Alex


NBC NewsWhite House Explains Shelving Immigration Until After Elections (VIDEO)

The HillWhite House doubts shutdown fight over immigration reform
By Justin Sink

Roll CallEarnest Doubts Immigration Shutdown Showdown
By Steven Dennis

Washington TimesWhite House: Obama doesn't want immigration reform to be 'casualty' of election
By Dave Boyer

Huffington PostImmigration Advocates: ICE Is 'Out Of Control'
By Elise Foley

FusionImmigration activists say feds are stepping up home raids
By Ted Hesson

Fox News LatinoCongressman claims ISIS fighters caught crossing border through Mexico, DHS denies claim

ABC NewsDHS Rebuffs Congressman's Claim ISIS Infiltrating Southern Border
By John Parkinson

New RepublicNo, Islamic State Militants Have Not Been Caught by U.S. Border Patrol
By Danny Vinik

Mother JonesImmigration, ISIS, and Ebola: A Perfect Right-Wing Storm
By Kevin Drum

BloombergThe Battle for Colorado
By Joshua Green

Radio BilingueDeportations and Electoral Politics. Also, Rubén Gallego.

BloombergHow Karl Rove Learned to Love "Amnesty"-Bashing (If It Can Beat Some Democrats)
By David Weigel

BloombergWhy the GOP Wants You to Think There'll Be an Immigration Deal if They Win
By David Weigel

Fox News LatinoDistancing himself from immigration debate, Marco Rubio in New Hampshire to stump for Scott Brown

National JournalOn Immigration, Texas GOP Steers Right
By Ronald Brownstein

Fox NewsFox News Polls: Senate battleground races trending GOP, Roberts up in Kansas
By Dana Blanton

Las Vegas SunDeportation stats suggest Obama hasn't upheld vow to target criminals
By Tovin Lapan

New York Times (The Upshot): Why Georgia May Be Bluer Than It Appears
By Nate Cohn

Washington Post (The Fix): Why more and more cities are refusing to help the government deport immigrants
By Emily Badger

Christian Science Monitor (Blog): Why Obama may punt on executive action on immigration, even after the election
By Doug Mataconis

Miami Herald (Opinion): Children in the immigration system need more legal protection
By Jordana Hart

Vox (Opinion): He doesn't know it yet, but Obama's likely to break another promise on immigration
By Matthew Yglesias

National Journal (Opinion): Is Obama Overstepping His Executive Authority on Immigration?
By Alberto R. Gonzales and David N. Strange

Huffington Post (Blog): The Tragic Cost of Family Detention: Sexual Abuse and Assault
By Michelle Brané

Huffington Post (Blog): Immigration Is Not the Only Way Texas Could Turn Blue
By Kevin Price


Huffington PostObama Heckled Defending Immigration Action Delay
By Elise Foley

Washington PostObama: I'll take executive action on immigration between the midterms and end of the year
By Katie Zezima

Wall Street JournalObama Says He's Frustrated With Immigration Impasse
By Jeffrey Soparshott

PoliticoPresident Obama to CHC: Executive action before year's end
By Seung Min Kim

NBCObama Pledges to Fight on Immigration, Urges Latinos to Vote
By Suzanne Gamboa

USA TodayObama: Immigration orders by end of the year
By David Jackson

NBCLatino Vote Groups: Obama CHCI Speech May Help Rally Vote
By Suzanne Gamboa

FusionObama faces tough sell on immigration at Hispanic gala
By Jordan Fabian

The HillObama to reassure Hispanics
By Justin Sink

VoxIs Boehner setting a trap for Obama on immigration reform?
By Dara Lind

SalonBoehner springs another lame trap: Why Obama must ignore his latest overtures about immigration
By Jim Newell

Washington PostDemocrat Childers agrees to anti-amnesty pledge that Chris McDaniel signed
By Sean Sullivan

Wall Street JournalRoberts's Immigration Gambit
By Allysia Finley

MSNBC5 cringe-worthy GOP candidate remarks on immigration
By Amanda Sakuma

Associated PressRNC chair: GOP ready to lead
By Steve Peoples

Associated PressAP-GfK Poll: Economy Still the Top Election Issue
By Jennifer Agiesta

National JournalHow Latinos Are Saving Iowa
By Matt Vasilogambros

Washington PostImmigration critic says Liberian ebola patient should not have received U.S. visa
By Pamela Constable

CNNIt's like TurboTax — for immigrant visas
By Sara Ashley O'Brien

Latino MagazineNo FairWho are these guys and why don't they like us?
By Patricia Guadalupe

Huffington Post (Blog): Delay in Executive Action on Immigration Does Not Change GOP Culpability on Immigration Reform
By Rep. John Conyers and Rep. Zoe Lofgren

The Hill (Blog): When Reagan and GHW Bush took bold executive action on immigration
By Mark Noferi

The Hill (Blog): We need to uncap the number of H-1B visas
By Alex Nowrasteh

Politico (Opinion): Time for a Latino Political Party?
By Terri Givens

National JournalObama Faces Latino Audience Frustrated Over Immigration
By Rachel Roubein

New RepublicObama Deserves Credit, Not Criticism, for His Recent Immigration Record
By Danny Vinik


NBCLabor Sec. Perez On Immigration: We Have to Get It Right
By Suzanne Gamboa

BuzzFeed: Source: Obama Speech Will Emphasize To Latinos That Immigration Action Is Coming
By Adrian Carrasquillo

ReutersObama seeks to restore trust with disappointed Latinos
By Richard Cowan and Julia Edwards

Washington PostGrowing evidence that Obama's decision to wait on immigration is hurting Democrats
By Ed O'Keefe

PoliticoNo backlash from Latino activists
By Anna Palmer and Carrie Budoff Brown

Washington PostAs election approaches, Latino voters ask again if they're being played
By Tina Griego

Fox News LatinoMario Diaz-Balart: President Obama only thinks of immigration reform in election season
By Elizabeth Llorente

MSNBCA love affair with human rights work since elementary school
By Alicia Maule and Traci Lee

New York TimesDeportation Up in 2013; Border Sites Were Focus
By Julia Preston

The Hill: Vitter: Child immigrants burden teachers
By Ramsey Cox

Washington PostWhen an immigration detention center comes to a small town
By Melissa Henneberger

National Journal (Opinion): Critics Say Executive Action on Immigration Would Be Unprecedented. They Forget Their History.
By Charles Kamasaki


Associated Press: U.S. to give refugee status to limited number of Central American minors
By Jim Kuhnhenn

New York TimesObama Approves Plan to Let Children in Central America Apply for Refugee Status
By Michael D. Shear

Wall Street JournalU.S. to Offer Refugee Status to Some Central American Children
By Miriam Jordan

The HillObama outlines refugee program for young Central Americans
By Mario Trujillo

New York TimesMoney Allocated for Immigration Lawyers
By Julia Preston

Wall Street JournalU.S. Government to Provide $9 Million for Legal Aid to Child Migrants
By Miriam Jordan

PoliticoCounsel for child migrants battle rages on
By David Rogers

Wall Street JournalAs Child Immigrants Await Fate, a Race for Counsel
By Mara Gay

Associated PressObama Administration Faces Immigration Deadline
By Jacques Billeaud

The HillWhite House scoffs at Boehner's suggestion
By Justin Sink

BuzzFeedLawmakers Urge Obama To Include LGBT Protections In Immigration Executive Action
By Tony Merevick

BloombergChristie Should Let Undocumented Immigrants Drive, Advocates Say
By Terrence Dopp

Wall Street JournalImmigrant Groups Try to Block Termination of Health Plans
By Louise Radnofsky

New Republic (Opinion)Steve King Has Turned Anti-Latino Racism Into an Effective Political Strategy
By Danny Vinik

National Journal (Opinion)Trust Is Not Enough to Break Through Washington Gridlock
By Norm Ornstein

The Hill (Opinion)Webb Is absent Obama dooming the US?
By David Webb

Huffington Post (Blog)Colorado Senate Race Comes Down to Latino Support
By NCLR Action Fund


Wall Street JournalHispanic Groups to Democrats: Don't Blame Us if You Lose
By Reid J. Epstein

NBC NewsGroups Register Fewer Latinos than Hoped; Optimistic About Turnout
By Suzanne Gamboa

Washington TimesPaul Ryan: Post-election Obama action on immigration would 'poison the well'
By David Sherfinski

BreitbartUnaired Portion of ABC News Interview: Boehner Says Obama Would 'Poison The Well' For Immigration Reform With Executive Orders
By Caroline May

MSNBCThe activists at the frontlines of immigration reform
By Alicia Maule and Traci G. Lee

The HillNapolitano: Bush key Republican on immigration
By Mario Trujillo

Talking Points MemoThe Method To Steve King's Madness
By Sahil Kapur

Associated PressSchools scramble to help teens who crossed border

VOXXIFaith community offers protection to immigrants facing deportation
By Griselda Nevarez

Huffington Post (Blog): Democrats, Don't Take Latinos for Granted
By Rafael Salazar


USA TodayMilitary program will benefit few of the undocumented
By Alan Gomez

International Business TimesUS Military Program To Allow Some Young Undocumented Immigrants To Serve
By Brianna Lee

MSNBCLeading Arizona activist on immigration reform's biggest hurdle
By Alicia Maule and Traci G. Lee

Roll CallBoehner 'Absolutely' Confident GOP Would Back Immigration Overhaul
By Steven Dennis

The HillAide: Obama will 'make good' on immigration reform promise
By Justin Sink

Associated PressCan Obama deliver goods for Latinos?
By Jim Kuhnhenn

Washington ExaminerThe coming immigration fight
By David Drucker

Associated PressPro bono lawyers sought for immigrant children
By Amy Taxin

MSNBCUndocumented immigrants are failing to check in post-release
By Benjy Sarlin

Wall Street JournalThousands of Migrants Have Failed to Report to Immigration Offices
By Miriam Jordan

Wall Street JournalIllegal Immigrants Seeking Asylum Face a Higher Bar
By Ana Campoy

Fox News LatinoProtected by the cross: Churches across nation offer sanctuary for undocumented immigrants facing deportation
By Bryan Llenas

SlateCoalition of Religious Groups, Defying Law, Will Shelter Undocumented Immigrants
By Filipa Ioannou

Washington TimesErnst, Braley spar over immigration in first Iowa Senate debate
By Seth McLaughlin

Cook Political ReportWhen Campaigns Poison Compromise
By Amy Walter

The AtlanticThe Mystery Candidate Shaking Up Kansas Politics
By Molly Ball

VoxThe fatal flaw in Obama's plan to let unauthorized immigrants into the military
By Dara Lind

NBC NewsDOD Opens Military to Youth Here Illegally With Needed Skills
By Suzanne Gamboa

Arizona RepublicUndocumented immigrants may be allowed into military
By Daniel Gonzalez

VoxBorder Patrol turned in an agent for punching a teenager. That's a huge deal.
By Dara Lind

National Journal (Opinion): President Obama Backtracked on Immigration Promises For Political Reasons
By Marielena Hincapie